(Hamburg, September 25, 2020) Goal: Attractive stations and efficient local public transport • Digital S-Bahn, shuttle service ioki and Hamburg Box already on the way • Dammtor station as gateway to the ITS World Congress 2021
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We think about tomorrow today – we are prepared for the future and are already working on bringing self-driving vehicles to our streets, for example as part of on-demand services.
»At SBB we design mobility – simple, personal, connected . With strategic partners such as ioki, we are able to successfully combine the strengths of public transport with the potentials of digitization and new forms of mobility – as can be experienced, for example, in our joint project in Biel.«
Björn Bender, Head of New Mobility Services SBB AG
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Fleet management follows social and economic trends: New forms of work, digitization and the shift in values towards a greater understanding of sustainability are having an impact on the design of company-organized mobility. But what does this constant change in mobility structures mean for companies and where are the opportunities?
Vienna’s public transport system is among the best in the world. The network is dense and the frequency is tight. It is so well developed that you don’t even need to know the timetable. A total of 2.61 million people are transported from A to B by public transport here every day. The popularity can also be seen in the modal split, because: The public transport users have overtaken the car drivers. Around 38 percent of the distances are covered by public transport, while “only” 27 percent are covered by car. But what makes vienna different from other cities?
Jakob Muus is the founder and CEO of Tracks, a Berlin-based tech company with the goal of making road freight transport more efficient and sustainable through modern technologies. The platform developed by Tracks provides its users with analyses and recommendations for action, with which they can reduce the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of their fleet. This not only improves the environmental balance but also the competitiveness of participating companies.
»New DB service gets on-demand fleet rolling and complements public transport offering with last mile solution. «
»More overview, fewer cars – ioki experts analyse the impact of demand-responsive transport services in advance.«