Public mobility of the future: How do we shape the transport revolution?

Climate protection and mobility do not have to be opposites. The prerequisite is a successful transport transition towards sustainable mobility behaviour. This means more mobility with less traffic, greater energy efficiency, less land consumption and the fulfilment of climate targets. But how can this be achieved? 

Sustainable mobility behaviour

One approach is the increased use of rail infrastructure, the further expansion of bus and scheduled services on the road, the use of zero-emission vehicles and the improvement of service quality. In addition, we urgently need the digitalisation of the entire infrastructure, user-friendly customer interfaces and simple, nationwide fare systems. All options should be discussed. Automated trains and trams are conceivable in order to allow more traffic to run on the same infrastructure. Automated depots can help to keep vehicle maintenance costs low. Modern driver assistance and monitoring systems increase the safety of vehicles and reduce their fuel consumption, to name just a few ideas.

Florenus Consulting - part of the expert team for the VDV

With its technology and scouting expertise, Florenus Consulting has been a partner to transport companies for a number of years, supporting them in matters relating to possible technological solutions. Together with Roland Berger and Intraplan, Florenus has been commissioned by the VDV to show what additional funds are needed to supplement the existing financing of public transport in order to further develop public transport as the necessary backbone of the climate transition.

For further information, please contact: Michael Schaub

Phone: +49 89 61203762

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