What is
the Law of Orientation of Mobilities?

Designed to face the new challenges of mobility of the French, the Law of Orientation of Mobilities (LOM) is based on 3 pillars. Stations-e offers you a deciphering.

Pillar 1: Investing more and better in everyday transportation

The objective of this first pillar is to invest in a more targeted way on projects that aim to improve the daily mobility of the French. The priority is no longer the development of large and very expensive projects, but the upgrading and improvement of everyday transportation. Among these projects, we can mention the development of RER networks in the metropolises, the modernization of existing networks, the development of clean modes of transport, such as the Draisy project in which Stations-e is involved.

Pillar 2: Facilitate and encourage the deployment of new solutions to enable everyone to travel

This law redesigns mobility policy. Until now, this was a preoccupation reserved for private individuals. From now on, local authorities and employers are invited to participate in the efforts to enable everyone to travel.

The objective of this second pillar is to transform everyday mobility by prioritizing new forms of mobility and inviting new stakeholders to think about and develop them.

Among these new mobilities, the LOM law promotes the development of carpooling, autonomous shuttles, etc.

Stations-e, through its partnerships with the Draisy project and with various carpooling platforms, intends to actively participate in the development of this pillar.

Pillar 3: Engage in the transition to cleaner mobility

The third pillar aims to meet the objectives of the Climate Plan with a 37.5% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030. Transport is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in France, accounting for 30% of emissions. This is why it is one of the sectors on which the government is focusing its efforts to achieve carbon neutrality.

With this last pillar, the French are encouraged to opt for clean modes of transport: electric vehicles, bicycles, public transport, carpooling…

The first measures are already visible with the creation of low-emission zones, and others will soon be visible with the ban on the sale of cars using carbon-based fossil fuels from 2040.

To support the transition to clean mobility, the government is maintaining the conversion bonus and promoting the deployment of recharging points throughout the country. As a player in clean mobility, at Stations-e our daily commitments accompany the government’s objectives. We continue to deploy our recharging points throughout France to offer you fast recharging at €5 per 100 kilometers.

You are now aware of the Mobility Orientation Law. Stations-e accompanies you on the road to clean mobility, see you soon on our recharging stations.