The transport and mobility sector contributes greatly to the well-being of European citizens. It is closely related to the key objectives of the European Union of freedom of movement and the completion of the Single Market. Fostering a robust transport and mobility sector is also key for growth and the recovery of the European economy.
Since 1999, the Forum for Mobility and Society (FMS) brings together the transport and mobility community to debate, draw long-term perspectives and develop visions for tomorrow’s mobility.
The FMS gathers Europe’s key institutional actors including Members of the European Parliament, representatives from the European Commission, industry experts and society at large. It does not seek to give a definitive outlook on a particular topic, but examines current debates on mobility issues from a variety of perspectives so that new solutions may be found. The FMS regularly organises conferences, panel discussions, workshops, networking events and visits for its members and wider stakeholder community.
The members of the Forum for Mobility and Society are: