The second part of this two-part series highlights how mandating car free days helps people understand the value of less congestion, while also building social validation that shared mobility is a viable source for alternative transportation options.
Instead, people are encouraged to use alternative transportation options, which has traditionally involved walking, biking, and public transportation. As of recently, shared mobility has also been added to the mix. From carsharing to ridesharing, these options can provide first and last mile options to supplement the distance where walking and public transportation is less feasible.
Understandably, some people rely on their private vehicles out of necessity, like consultants or field workers. However, for those who make the average two trips a day to and from work, transportation options can and should be reassessed.
Carsharing, Shared Mobility
INVERS Share – The Mobility Meet-Up
On November 10th, INVERS held its first ever mobility meet-up – INVERS Share. The main goal of the event was to bring Shared Mobility’s greatest minds together to discuss the hottest industry trends, to share experiences, find solutions for pressing challenges, and to create partnership opportunities. At INVERS, we believe that by joining forces we can push the shared mobility market even further.
Micromobility, Shared Mobility
Global Moped Sharing Market Report 2022 – Launch Event Recap
INVERS launched the 2022 edition of the Global Moped Sharing Market Report during a digital event featuring a panel of industry experts. Read on for a recap of their thoughts on the current state and future trends of the industry.
Expert Interviews, Shared Mobility
Trip to France: The Avant-garde of European Shared Mobility
We interview experts on the French shared mobility market to find out what makes France unique and how it become a leader in eco-mobility