Difficoltà a comprendere la mobilità? Facciamo luce sui dubbi e ci occupiamo delle domande relative alla progettazione di soluzioni di mobilità in linea con i tempi: come pianificare la mobilità con orientamento alla domanda? Qual è l’impatto delle soluzioni digitali sullo sviluppo del trasporto pubblico locale di oggi? Quali sono le menti del settore che pianificano la mobilità? Come la pianificano?
Teniamo traccia di tutte le nostre idee e risposte a queste domande su un blocco appunti digitale. Per voi, per noi, per nuovi spunti stimolanti, per un sistema di trasporto pubblico locale al passo con i tempi, per soluzioni di mobilità intelligenti e fortemente interconnesse.
What is … level 1-5 of autonomous driving?
Autonomous driving has been considered one of the major trends in the mobility industry for years. According to a representative survey conducted by the digital association Bitkom in 2021, 99.8 percent of respondents can imagine using an autonomous means of transport*. But what does it actually mean when car manufacturers send the first systems for highly automated driving on the road at level 3 and level 4 autonomous shuttles reinforce public transport in Germany on demand from 2023 onwards?
Corporate Mobility in 2023: flexible solutions instead of classic company transport or company cars
For a long time, the company car was considered the non-plus-ultra and was often the only mobility offer employees could expect from their employer. In 2023, more flexible mobility solutions such as digital demand-responsive company transport, job bikes and mobility budgets are gaining ground. Rising energy prices, stricter environmental and climate protection regulations as well as greater sustainability awareness among employees are also contributing to the need for companies to rethink their corporate mobility management.
What is… a mobility guarantee?
A mobility guarantee is
Planning mobility for rural areas: What about public transport in England, Wales and Scotland?
55 million German citizens living in suburban and rural areas do not have access to attractive public transport offerings. This was the result of our mobility analysis of public transport in Ger-many. But what about public transport in England, Wales and Scotland? Our transport planners investigated this question. Around 450,000 weekday trips from timetables of over 300,000 stops in England, Wales and Scotland were analysed. The result: in all three parts of the country (except London), less than 20 per cent of the population have access to attractive public transport.
Mobility Turn, now! Mobility of the Future in Baden-Wuerttemberg
In the previous edition of “Mobility Turn, now!” we looked at the measures taken by the state of Hesse to enable citizens to travel in a climate-friendly way by local transport. This time we are taking a closer look at Baden-Wuerttemberg.
What is… a local public transport plan?
A local public transport plan is a planning instrument in which all performance and quality criteria for the operation of local public transport in an area are acquired. The local transport plan analyses the existing mobility offer and serves as a guideline for the future development of local mobility.
Easy through the Mobility Turn: Autonomous On-Demand Traffic in the Rhine-Main Region
The mobility turn cannot be achieved without digital and forward-looking mobility offers. The goal “more mobility with less traffic” can only be realized by the merging of different digital technologies. One key element in this effort can be autonomous vehicles on demand.