Bas Geleijns is a lecturer and researcher in the field of Automotive Smart Mobility at Fontys University of Applied Science since 2011. He is now working at Automotive Engineering as coordinator of the 4th year specialization program Smart Mobility and as researcher/project leader for the lectorate Future Powertrain.
Mobility of the Future
Cities are crowded and this is reflected in the mobility characteristics of that city. Cities are reducing the parking allowance or even preventing cars from entering the city center, due to the unacceptable air pollution and lack of parking space. The city of Amsterdam has already decided to keep all cars out of the city center by 2030. Paris and other cities are also applying such policies. Therefore, it is important that innovative solutions are developed in order to make this mobility transition possible.