Cascais is one of the Portuguese counties that has high motorisation rates and whose mobility is strongly based on motorised individual transport, which has generated an overload of infrastructure and a too great dependence on the car for traveling. This has contributed to the accentuation of the suburban characteristics of Cascais and to increased car traffic to Lisbon.
Recently the municipality of Cascais is implementing a set of innovative measures in the area of mobility at an accelerated pace and establishing itself as a hub of incubation and experimentation of new solutions. It actively encourages and participates in the debate on new mobility solutions at European level. And as the future is already tomorrow, politicians, technicians and citizens wonder how the urban mobility of the future will be? Will it be shared? Will it be Electric? Will it be interactive? Will it be digital and intelligent? Will it even be autonomous? Will we have new forms of mobility? What is the role of technologies in the transformation of cities?