Smart Mobility 5 G for Connected Automated Mobility in Cross borders context Researchers Gorka Velez and Ángel Martín from Vicomtech Foundation, Basque Research and Technology Alliance (BRTA), Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain and Giancarlo Pastor and Edward Mutafungwa from the Department of Communications & Networking, Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto, Finland, published an article on Sensors (19 November 2020), regarding 5G for Connected Automated Mobility. The article provides an update review on this topic. Here there are some of the key issues. Smart Mobility Blockchain for Cities: a Systematic Literature Review Researchers Charles Shen and Feniosky Pena-Mora from Columbia University, New York, USA, published an article in IEEE Access, regarding blockchain for cities. The article provides an a-up to date review on this issue. Here there are some of the key issues. Smart Mobility Company cars: the growing demand for electric mobility There is something new about company fleets vehicles. After years of experiments, attempts and, sometimes, sudden reverses, it seems that the time has come for the electric engines in company fleets: no longer seen as a curious exception in favor of “green” supporters - and useful, at least, for the sustainability/CSR budget - but as a long-term solution inspired by the post-pandemic concept of “new normal”.