The Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria is one of the entities involved in the National Centre for Sustainable Mobility, in which 25 universities and their research centres have joined forces with 24 large companies active in the mobility and infrastructure sectors, with the aim of accompanying the green and digital transition of mobility from a sustainable perspective, guaranteeing industrial transition and supporting local institutions in the implementation of modern, sustainable and inclusive solutions.

The National Centre for Sustainable Mobility is the first to be launched among the five National Centres envisaged by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. Its activities will focus on five technological areas of major interest: air mobility; sustainable road vehicles; waterborne transport; rail transport; light vehicles and active mobility, aiming to make the mobility system 'greener' as a whole and more 'digital' in its management.