Szeged cyclists invited for a breakfast by SASMOB

Today, one in five inhabitants of the city of Szeged chooses environmentally friendly cycling. More and more people are getting in the morning on this easy, inexpensive and fast means of transportation to get to their workplace, school, or university. The SASMob Szeged team invited them to a breakfast this morning next to Radnóti secondary school.

They were waiting for cyclists with a mug of tea and some cake from 7 a.m. on Stefánia, the city’s busiest bicycle route. The cycists started early in the morning, and there was no shortage of those interested, as according to statistics, almost 30.000 people in Szeged use bicycles on a daily basis, proving that there is life outside of driving a car.

Cover photo and further reading (in Hungarian): szeged.hu

 

As a professional partner and based on its experience in organisational mobility planning, Mobilissimus supports the implementation of the workplace mobility plans of seven partners in the city of Szeged, employing pproximately 5,000 people in total. Our services include:

  • supporting the implementation of mobility plans and contributing to policies that encourage more sustainable commuting;
  • supporting GriffSoft to create an IT platform to monitor the daily transport patterns of employees; and
  • monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the resulting workplace mobility plans.

As a result, SASMob will decrease Szeged’s mobility footprint and contribute to an economically and environmentally sustainable mobility system for the city.

 

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