Wellbeing and quality of life are multidimensional concepts. Several factors influence them, including socio-economic, psycho-physical, relational and environmental elements. This pa-per aims at highlighting the close connection between wellbeing and mobility, and at putting forward some relevant indicators for urban and territorial policies, starting from those ones already defined in the ISTAT BES report. Mobility will be therefore analysed as a direct (e.g., on mental and physical health) and indi-rect (as a means to access services, relations, opportunities) factor for generating wellbeing. Furthermore, in a bi-directional optic, this paper will underline the role of wellbeing for en-hancing mobility, by adopting the concept of motility or mobility capital.
Keywords: Wellbeing; mobility; motility; sustainability; indicators.