Building Better Cities with Car Free Days
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.
Expert Interviews, Shared Mobility
Guest article: Seven key questions about shared mobility tenders answered
We interview specialists from Fluctuo to share their thoughts on the impact of city tenders and regulations on the shared mobility market in Europe.
Carsharing, Micromobility, Shared Mobility
Webinar Recap: Crucial Lessons from Growing Shared Mobility Operations
Sandra Phillips, Shared Mobility Architect and Founder & CEO of movmi; Leigh Angman, founder of Mondofi; and Chris Anderson, Sales and Partner manager at INVERS suggested frequently overlooked questions that new or expanding shared mobility operators should ask themselves about software, operations, parking, insurance, connectivity and telematics technology, and more.
European Mobility Events to Look Out for in 2023
We at INVERS are looking forward to participating in-person at some of the leading mobility conferences in 2023. Here is our selection of mobility events in Europe to watch out for in the coming year.