Imagine the following scenario: someone living in a provincial town has to commute daily to Brussels. As she walks out of her apartment, her smartphone informs her of the nearest available shared electric car. Once inside, she gets a report on current traffic conditions and train times, her emails converted into voice messages and listens to a track from her favorite band’s new album? She drives to the nearest station and takes the train to Brussels. From the Brussels North station, she takes a shared bicycle for the last few km to her office. All this happens seamlessly, as every stage of the trip is paid for through a single ‘mobility provider’. Has mobility become a quality of life issue instead of a transport issue?