Sustainable mobility, transport policies, SMART Cities, sustainable development, intermodality, energy and mobility transition...
Urban and suburban planning, territories and economic development, urban policies, the social and cultural dynamics of territories...
Territory and innovation, urban services, urban and territorial renovation, urban alternatives, long-term planning...


VIGS is an innovative research firm, gathering multi-disciplinary researchers to offer decision-makers a cutting-edge scientific approach and resolutely qualitative methodologies.


VIGS is first and foremost an association of researchers specialised in the fields of city policies: transport, territorial planning, energy…


VIGS consults and supports public and private stakeholders in their decision-making. Thanks to its expertise in the public policies of transport and territorial planning, VIGS can help you make the right decisions.


VIGS offers workshops and continuous training courses intended for stakeholders in local communities and professionals in the transport and urban planning sectors.


“Les mobilités partagées, nouveau capitalisme urbain” (Publication)

The association VIGS is pleased to inform you of the publication of Maxime Huré’s book, in the collection Mobilités & Sociétés of the Publications de la Sorbonne. While Paris and Lyon will renew the contracts of self-service bicycle devices in 2017, this book questions the...
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What is VIGS?

Created in 2011, VIGS (Innovative Cities and Knowledge Management) is an organisation offering expertise in the fields of territorial planning policies, transport and energy issues. VIGS aims to advise public and private decision-makers, publish specialised studies, educate stakeholders, expand knowledge and contribute to ongoing research. The fruit of a multi-disciplinary collaboration between young researchers, VIGS enlists political and social sciences as tools for decision-making, implementing procedures and participatory research, as the basis for the training of policy-makers and company executives and as tools for the cultural mediation and enhancement of urban heritage.