In France, according to the “Mobility and Lifestyles in 2020” survey carried out by the Forum Vies Mobiles, three out of four persons declare that they are constrained in their travel. This inequality can have terrible social consequences on a daily basis. And for good reason: 1 in 4 French people have already given up a job because of travel difficulties. But the players in the sector are redoubling their efforts to devise models that are accessible to all and – why not! – return to the initial promise of mobility: to move around freely.What’s at stake: a reduction of the societal consequences such inequalities can create, the removal of constraints across the country, and potential access to new markets.