The Ile-de-France Region, the departments of Ile-de-France, the City of Paris, DRIEA, RATP, SNCF, Optile, Société du Grand Paris, INSEE, CEREMA, Apur, IAU Ile-de-France, Airparif, Bruitparif, Arene and CCI Paris Ile-de-France have adhered to the Omnil charter.
Omnil is interested in the movement of people and goods in Ile-de-France, regardless of the mode of transport used.
Omnil plays a central role in the evaluation of the Ile-de-France Urban Travel Plan by gathering the data necessary to monitor its implementation and its impact on mobility.
A new global transport survey, EGT H2020, a survey on the mobility of all Ile-de-France residents for all modes of transport, is being carried out under the leadership of Ile-de-France Mobilités, co-financed by national government, and in conjunction with Omnil's partners.
Statistics and publications
Omnil is the benchmark in terms of monitoring and analysing mobility at regional level.;
Omnil provides detailed, regularly updated figures and issues publications presenting key mobility figures. Omnil also publishes thematic publications: mobility survey, survey of people with reduced mobility, thematic analyses (parking, carpooling, single fare tickets), passenger travel account. Omnil distributes publications produced by partners (Mobility, bicycles, cars, stations, etc.).
Find all the information relating to the Mobility Observatory and the available data at www.omnil.fr