In Toulouse, the “M2S” show highlights the mobility of tomorrow
On 30 and 31 May, the first fair dedicated to mobility solutions for large cities and the suburban environment will be held at the MEETT in Toulouse. Workshops, conferences, round tables will make it possible to share solutions, especially for decongesting cities.
How will people travel tomorrow in metropolises and in urban and peri-urban areas? This is one of the central questions that will be addressed at the M2S (Mobility Solution Show) exhibition organized at the MEETT in Toulouse on Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 May. After two preambles during the Covid period, this large fair takes place in plenary form with 17 conferences and round tables and about ten workshops to share good practices but also innovations in the transport and mobility sector.
Share mobility solutions
Supported by the Occitanie region, Toulouse Métropole and Tisséo, transport organizer, MS2 will welcome the big names in mobility such as Air France, SNCF, GRDF who will present biogas for vehicles (bio NGV), Pragma Mobility, Enedis, Circle, Klaxit, Vinci Autoroutes, etc. Elected officials will also be widely present to share solutions and best practices on establishing Low Emission Zones (ZFE), installing charging stations, decongesting cities from traffic jams, offering shared transport, the decarbonisation of last mile delivery, fight against solo driving, etc.
For two days, exhibitions, business meetings, demonstrations and events will allow ecosystem professionals to meet and connect solution and service providers. So why Toulouse for this fair of national and European scope?
The Region and Ad’Occ will present the Occitanie pavilion
Because the fourth largest city in France is the world capital of aeronautics and space and Occitania alone brings together more than 200 players in the intelligent land transport sector (25,800 jobs for a turnover of 3.2 billion).La Regione and its economic development agency Ad’ Occ will also have a strong presence through an 80 m² pavilion in collaboration with the SNCF. It will welcome eight regional companies* who will present their “mobility” projects. A focus on major railway projects will be the highlight of the regional pavilion during these two days in the presence of Jean-Luc Gibelin, vice-president of the Occitanie Region in charge of mobility.