Space-efficient transport

The strategic objective of the SASMob project is to shift the city of Szeged towards multimodal, inclusive mobility with a low environmental impact through cooperation between public entities, private businesses and transport providers. Space-efficient transport is a part of this.

In urban mobility, scarcity of space often proves to be the bottleneck. The least space-efficient means of transport is the car. It is, therefore, worthwhile to give more space to walking, cycling and public transport – so there is room for more of us. This is presented on the infographic prepared by the professional guidance of Mobilissimus.

 

As a professional partner, Mobilissimus capitalises on and upscales its experience in organisational mobility planning by supporting the implementation of seven organisational mobility plans for large companies engaging approximately 5,000 employees in the city of Szeged. Its 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.
 

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