Michelin fights waste by developing tires made to last.
Now more than ever, there are multiple ways to get around: by car, but also by bicycle, by scooter, by train, by plane and, in many urban areas, by a solid network of public transit that includes both underground rail and bus routes.
For a long time at Michelin, we’ve believed that public transportation can improve the quality of our lives in motion: it’s more sustainable, safer, less congested, more convenient and quicker. That’s why we’ve been making underground train tires since 1951 and today, more than 70 years later, we equip over 60 urban transportation networks across 20 different countries.
By equipping the rail networks that help move over 10 million people every day, Michelin simplifies your commutes and contributes to decongesting urban environments.