Camille Krier

Camille Krier

Project manager

Urban planner (Magister of Town and Regional Planning at the University of Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne), her interdisciplinary training enables her to develop systemic analysis on urban issues by combining spatial planning and mobility. Camille has been keenly involved in the company’s new mobility projects, exploring the impacts of active and shared mobility (bikesharing, free-floating schemes) through quantitative and qualitative studies.

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Main references by Camille Krier


[PODCAST🎙] Le stationnement vélo : Locké comme jamais!


A sound launch for micromobility services in the UK: The challenge of parking


Le développement du vélo et de la trottinette dans les grandes villes françaises


Evaluating the relative opportunities of human-based and automated, technology-enabled behaviour change programs


[PODCAST🎙] Lost in Transportation – L’enfer, c’est les autres


[PODCAST🎙] Lost in Transportation – Vélib’, le dernier dinosaure ?


Le réseau NOÉ : les autoroutes, leviers au service de la multimodalité et de l’intermodalité.


Uses and users of free-floating e-scooters in France


Free-Floating bikesharing in Paris: users’ behaviors and mobility impacts


Dockless bikes have taken off in France

Is bikeshare good or bad for bike shop business? A case study of Paris market

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