Mobility Stations and Points
The mobility behavior in your city can be determined with the help of data analyzes. This includes, for example, a commuter analysis and data collection.
After the as-is analysis, you will receive data-driven recommendations for the position and structure of mobility points – based on current supply and future demand. The offer also includes the installation and commissioning of technologies.
Become More Flexible through Linking in Space
Various Mobility Offers, All in One Place
Road users and citizens suffer traffic jams and subsequent time lost, as well as unattractive public transportation. High parking occupancy rates, high traffic loads due to traffic jams, and the resulting high levels of air pollution and particulate matter are forcing cities and rural areas to optimize and reduce traffic, but also to establish inter-municipal links.
Further requirements lie in ensuring seamless mobility in central locations such as train stations by bus or taxi. Alternative mobility offers to the user’s car must be created and existing mobility offers such as rental bikes or car sharing should be made more widely known. The focus should be on multimodal offers in order to provide road users with diverse and attractive mobility options.
Mobility stations represent a partial solution in achieving the long-term goal of holistic intermodality. Physical locations such as train stations, bus stops, or airports act as transport hubs, bringing together various means of transport and mobility services. These mobility hubs ensure the spatial networking of various mobility solutions and services at an urban hub, which can be, for example, bike sharing, car sharing, public transport, parking and parking spaces, intelligent charging infrastructure, smart parking, and new space utilization concepts.
In just a few steps, we bring cities to real mobility: The survey of mobility behavior in a city is determined through data analysis. This results in a data-driven recommendation for urban mobility points. The solution starts with an inventory analysis. Using the latest detection technology, mobility points can be installed and put into operation in the overall system.
Data models as the basis for the traffic concept
Data models are the key for traffic planners
Cities have a means of developing their traffic management through the establishment of mobility stations or points. A city's transport infrastructure and public transport systems are being upgraded. Mobility stations with equipment features adapted to their requirements are an essential part of a traffic concept for calming the city center. In addition, interconnected mobility services at transport hubs are an essential tool for optimization. The inner-city traffic is reduced, thus contributing to an improvement of the ecological balance.