How can we reduce carbon emissions in our cities?

The global transport sector accounts for app. 30% of global energy-related CO2 emissions*. In Europe, this figure is app. 25%**.

It is therefore uplifting to see, that cities are beginning to adjust to a wider mobility mix, including on-demand mobility, and consider the need for combined mobility***.

When on-demand mobility services are offered – as door-to-door, point-to-point or in combination with fixed line traffic, etc. – experience shows these services reduce the need for private car ownership, potentially decreasing the number of vehicles on the road.

… The benefits of this are for example less carbon emissions, less traffic congestion, and greener city environments.

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Reduced carbon emissions is one of several benefits of implementing on-demand mobility services in cities and regions – see 10 benefits here (infographic, PDF):

Integration to public transport:

The global transport sector accounts for app. 30% of global energy-related CO2 emissions*.

In Europe, this figure is app. 25%**.

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