It is well known that the pandemic is, among other things, an accelerator of changes that were underway and now advance at breakneck speed. One of them is teleworking. It is more than rational to think that, even when the virus has been defeated, the dynamics of remote work will remain with an intensity unknown before. This phenomenon has wide and profound consequences, largely positive. First, the potential to consistently reduce mobility – both local and business travel – an important factor in achieving a reduction in emissions until a truly clean transport environment is achieved. Second, strong support for the possibilities of conciliation, which can underpin the necessary progress in overcoming the situation of inequality suffered by women.