Inquiry on Mobility Cultures, critically reviewing the current mobility narrative with regard to social practices on transport decision-making, rebalancing economy and ethics, and conventional utilitarian and rational decision-making, with emerging behavioural economics. The research will also deepen already existing knowledge from what may be the CV19 (and previous financial and security crisis) lasting impacts on mobility behaviour as the shock produced by the CV19 crisis in Europe and worldwide is, needless to say, influencing the way we see the future now. (WP3)