Speed, and fluidity, the paramount values of modernity, need to be surpassed. Positive values attached to Vita activa have been dominant since Modern times: lightness, quickness, exactitude, visibility, and multiplicity. Now we begin to see the need for balancing these values. Questioning “speed” does not entail that future policies must consistently aim at slowing down any movement, it is rather intended to shed light on the relative marginal value of increasing the speed of physical movement and on the need to reconsider the social value of speed in relation to other values such reliability, safety, conviviality, and public health (sometimes called the sufficiency-paradigm). The kind of society we live in is easily visualised by how we move. It is in public transport stations and vehicles, in public spaces, and facilities, were people from different income-levels, age, gender and cultural origin meet together. Hospitality and conviviality is therefore as critical for the quality of a transport system as it is efficiency.