Happy New Year! What a ride in 2021! Increasing floods, droughts, storms and wildfires, a record number of refugees, disrupted supply chains, political sabre-rattling and a global pandemic on top. But mankind deals with it and life goes on. A
The vehicle utilization or pooling ratio determines the profitability of ride pooling services. This blog post introduces some hacks to improve the efficiency for ride pooling and carpooling systems with a focus on suburban and rural areas.
High quality living and working via home office in the countryside could be the Next Big Thing. Mobility as a Service will play a key role connecting rural areas with cities.
Post on mobility hubs, their functions as a interface between mobility services, success factors and sources for further information
The demand for transport is the root cause for transport-related emissions. Peak demand in addition leads to inefficiencies and infection risk. Managing the demand for transportation could reduce emissions and improve our mobility.
The New Normal: How Public Transport providers and passengers can live with the coronavirus pandemic.
DLT and Blockchain pave the way for new shared mobility business models. We’ll have a look at some use cases.
The Coronavirus travels the world and impacts our lives and the economy. Let’s have a look on how mobility supports the virus and what we all can do to reduce the infection risk and keep things running.