1. Demography and economics
What will be the size of your country population in 2050?
In 2010, France had a population of about 60 901 thousand citizens over 6 years, for a total of around 65 million people.
Note: The mobility of children under 6 years is not considered.
What will be the average household size in 2050?
In 2010, the average French households were composed by 2.2 people.
What will be the average household disposable income in 2050?
In 2010, the average household disposable income in France amounted to 23,000 eur and the total household disposable income was about 30% of GDP. Over the period 2000-2010, the average annual GDP growth was 1.4% per year.
What will be the share of the population living in Metropolitan areas in 2050?
In 2010, about 25% of the population lived in metropolitan areas and 75% in non-metropolitan areas, of which half in suburban areas and the other half in rural areas. The metropolitan areas in France have been defined as: Paris, Departments of the Paris region 92-93-94 and all city centers of “urban poles” with more than 100,000 inhabitants. in 2008 (the smallest city center is the city of Montbéliard with about 25,000 inhabitants).
What will be the average distance travelled for constrained mobility in metropolitan areas in 2050?
In 2010, a French citizen living in metropolitan areas travelled approximately 4,770 km / year to connect his different constrained activities. Constrained activities are defined as work-and shopping and acces to public services like schools, health, sport and other social facilities, where your freedom to decide whether or not to complete this activity is limited.
How will the distance between constrained activities in metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas change in 2050?
In 2010, a French citizen living in Non-Metropolitan areas had to travel about 27% more than a French citizen living in Metropolitan areas to connect his different constrained activities. This means that the different constrained activities (work, home, going to school and reaching other public services) were further away from each other.
Teleworking for metropolitan households
In metropolitan areas, which share of constrained mobility will be removed by 2050 due to teleworking ?
Many remote activities are now possible thanks to the rapid development of telecommunications. Working is one of the most constrained activities and requires daily commuting. In 2010, commuting represented 44% of the constrained distance travelled.
In non-metropolitan areas, which share of constrained mobility will be removed by 2050 due to teleworking?
Many remote activities are now possible thanks to the rapid development of telecommunications. Working is one of the most constrained activity which needs a daily commuting activity. In 2010, commuting represented 44% of the constrained distance travelled.
What will be the occupancy rate of vehicles in 2050 due to development of the collaborative mobility?
The development of Information and Communication Technologies and other tehnological transformations will support the development of the collaborative mobility. In 2010, the average occupancy rate of cars amounted to 1.43 persons:
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