The third MIND-SETS newsletter has now been released. It contains an explanation of the long-awaited MIND-SETS approach, which distinguishes four interrelated but distinct aspects of mobility experience and policy: as a lifestyle, information, service and reality concept. We then look at how the sharing economy, automated mobility and other technological advances have made it necessary to change transport modelling and the way we manage transport demand. There is also a recap of the MIND-SETS workshop held in September in Brussels. We also talk about the upcoming MIND-SETS bulletins, offer a glimpse of next year’s initiatives and give some information regarding the presentation of the project at a recent Mobility4EU conference.