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  1. City at home - Mobilities and services > At home, but how far?

    Dans le domicile, jusqu’où ? - Synthèse du 2e séminaire

    Colloquium/Forum - IVM - 2009 - Synthesis - french
  2. Climate change, urban mobilities and Cleantech > Climate change and mobility in the US: who makes the law?

    Climate change and mobility in the USA: who makes the Law? - Summary of the 7th Session

    Public hearing - IVM - 2010 - Synthesis - english
  3. Passages, transitional spaces for the 21st-century city

    Brochure de Synthèse Passages n°2

    IVM - 2016 - Publication - english
  4. E-sharing

    Les pratiques d’échange et de partage de biens et de services chez les salariés

    Article - Éric Le Breton, Caroline Guillot, Virgile Charton et Benjamin Frayssinet - 2015 - Synthesis - french
  5. Urban mobility for the blind and partially sighted > New technologies for independent mobility for the blind and partially sighted - Priorities, innovations and prospects

    Les nouvelles technologies au service d'une mobilité autonome des déficients visuels - Enjeux, innovations et perspectives - Synthèse

    Colloquium/Forum - IVM - 2003 - Synthesis - french
  6. Taxi! > The taxi, urban mobility solution of the future

    Abstracts case studies

    Colloquium/Forum - IVM - 2007 - Synthesis - english
  7. Competition > Headline on urban mobilities!

    Mobilités urbaines à la Une ! Rapport de synthèsede M. Muratet

    Competition - Myr Muratet - 2004 - Synthesis - french
  8. Competition > Headline on urban mobilities!

    Mobilités urbaines à la Une ! - S. Allemand Summary Report

    Competition - Sylvain Allemand - 2004 - Synthesis - english
  9. University Chair > Planning urban transportation

    Summaries of Lectures

    Lecture - Cheng-Min Feng - 2007 - Synthesis - english

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