This project aims at studying the problematics of Mobility within a peripheral urban fabric characterised by low density. The major critical issues affecting mobility in a low-density-context are mainly due to 1) the lack of local points of interest and general facilities with mixed-use that can be capable to act as potential hubs, and 2) the scarce permeability of the road network, acting as an impactful barrier for soft modes of mobility.

To revitalise such problematic context, the project proposes a general spatial reorganisation aimed at creating new small-scaled-centralities (Micro-centralités) from which a new network of micro-mobility can depart and spread to serve all the micro-flows. The micro-mobility network is composed by diverse elements: bike sharing, car-sharing, smart minibuses and taxis to cover the distance within one km from the existing stations of RER and/or underground to the chosen destination. The elements composing said micro-mobility network are integrated each other’s in order to reduce their impact on the already existing urban fabric.