We want to achieve this
Public mobility refers to all transportation for which travelers cannot or do not want to use their own means of transportation. Examples include trains, buses and neighborhood and bell buses, as well as shared bicycles and shared cars. The public transport theme conceptually assumes a single shared system for all citizens. By removing barriers between the transport silos and using more varied equipment and partial transport instead of just the classic large bus in a conventional concession, a more efficient demand-driven service can be established. A prerequisite is that this is adequately digitally supported and monitored for all transport services and passenger demands. This leads to more quality for citizens at the same cost.
Within the theme, we begin by understanding the basics: what do we mean by public mobility and what do we want to achieve for whom? We examine the impact and consequences of the new system for travelers, government, business, facilities and for the (management) of the transport modes. We are also looking at the affordability of the system, current laws and regulations, and possible obstacles. Based on these insights, we will develop a program plan.
to the battle- Pilot in Zeeland
Zeeland is the first to launch this new public transport system. With it, villages and neighborhoods will become more accessible seven days a week and until 11 p.m. at night. Zeeland municipalities and the Province of Zeeland are working to implement the new transport system. In addition to the fixed bus, boat and train routes, efforts are being made to provide finely-meshed and flexible transportation such as flextaxi, shared bicycles, shared cars and carpooling initiatives. Investments will be made in the further development of a digital platform so that planning, booking, traveling and paying via travel apps will become possible. At the same time, it will always remain possible to book a trip by phone through the joint mobility center.
Cooperation and development is also being explored with other regions, for example in renewing public transport concessions and with regions that have already expressed interest in public transport for various reasons.
Your point of contact
Want to know more? Then contact Dirk Grevink, theme leader of Public Transportation.
With smart combinations of walking, cycling, public transport, target group transport and partial mobility in which all means of transport are optimally utilized, travelers and areas make a mobility transition.
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