Getting around by bicycle is an increasingly popular means of collective transport for users.
For motor-free mobility, cycling is a sustainable and inexpensive means of motor-free mobility with no direct CO2 emissions. It can also make an important contribution to public health and sustainable development, as it is environmentally-friendly and improves the quality of life in urban areas. Other than being a means of transport, cycling is an effective driver to help future generations tackle the challenges facing the planet.
However, as distances between home and the work place, schools or universities increase, users often need to resort to other means of transport (car, collective transport, motorbike or scooter, etc.) or simple go by foot over variable distances. It is for this reason that there needs to be a better interface between cycling and public transport.
The public transport bodies in the Centre region of France are committed to improving this means of transport.