This project generated a lot of discussion among the jury members. The presentation is as clear as it is playful. By proposing thematic spaces, it meets multiple needs and offsets the impression of homogeneity often felt in public transport. The idea exists in abundance in some trains, but is sometimes limited to food and game areas. In the Community in Motion project, the question of public space as a place of socialization and animation is again confronted with that of efficient transport. The introduction of art, music and games would fill these waiting times, which are often felt to be lost, with activities for relaxation and pleasure, especially for the youngest. This hybridization of spaces is extremely well developed in this proposal. One can imagine that these activities would not always fit with the needs of rush hour, but who said that one should always take the metro during rush hour?
(From jury report)