PULSE

New ideas to challenge daily mobility
Pulse has been created to drive progress in daily mobility alongside key stakeholders, and to foster ideas by providing a fresh perspective on trends and issues in the mobility sector. Pulse is a 48-page magazine, published twice a year. It seeks out the views of mobility experts while also providing a voice to influencers from a range of other backgrounds (economists, philosophers, artists, etc.). Pulse exists in both French and English, in paper and digital format (www.pulse-mag.com).

Pulse, new ideas to challenge daily mobility

PULSE IS INTENDED FOR ALL STAKEHOLDERS, DECISION MAKERS AND OPINION LEADERS OF EVERYDAY MOBILITY. A KEOLIS-LED INITIATIVE, THIS BIANNUAL MAGAZINE AIMS TO FUEL DEBATE AND GENERATE DISCUSSION ABOUT THE TRENDS AND CHALLENGES THAT ARE SHAPING OUR INDUSTRY.

Lina Regental

Producer & Author

Chef, Community Volunteer, Conveyor of Messages, Electro Producer, Scapegoat. Is that a double rainbow? D:.

A summary of the second edition of Pulse

  • Interview with Emmanuel Couet, President of the Rennes Metropole and the mastermind of a very ambitious transport policy
  • Focus on the work of three photographers inspired by public transport
  • Transport economist Yves Crozet gives his point of view on free public transport
  • The power of electromobility, or how buses are at the centre of the urban energy transition
  • Cycling: the bicycle defies the all-powerful automobile!
  • A trip to the Melbourne Art Trams festival where trams are decked out in lights, allowing citizens to discover the work of local artists
  • A sociological look at the mobility of the Millennials in the US