Competing with the private car is tough. If you wonder how to build customer loyalty, do some industrial intelligence!
Here is a collection of tried and tested solutions from all over the world. They are categorised by themes and smart values (safe, green, user-friendly, efficient, affordable). See which ones suit best your needs, and implement them!
// Connected mobility 2025
Personal mobility is key to the success and prosperity of a country's economy. But population growth, and therefore the increase in traffic in the world's largest megacities lead to paralysis.
This study on the socio-economic costs of traffic congestion in 30 of the world’s major cities highlights that the integration of various transport modes would have a positive impact in environmental terms, but also on the quality of life and would save USD 266 billion per year to the world’s 30 largest megacities.
// Doubling the use of buses and coaches - Practical solutions
A collection of practical solutions for businesses and policy makers to achieve the objective of doubling the use of buses and coaches.
// Doubling the share of public transport in Sweden
- A public private partnership (part 1)
The Doubling project, conducted by the Swedish Public Transport Association, the Swedish Bus and Coach Federation(BR), the Swedish Taxi Association, the Association of Swedish Train Operating Companies, and the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions(SALAR), was initiated to effectively double the use of public transport in the country.
// Bus and coach transport services: benefits, innovations.
A brochure from our Belgian partner, the Belgian Federation of Bus Operators and Coach (FBAA) for the Smart Move campaign, focusing on the benefits of buses and coaches and technological innovations that can be used to optimise their services. This brochure also identifies priority issues in the industry and potential solutions.
// Mobil'Idées - Best practices in public transport by bus and coach
A brochure from our French partner, the Fédération nationale du Transport de Voyageur (FNTV), showcasing best practices in bus and coach transport, ranging from information, network and safety to customer satisfaction and continued improvements.
A report on the Coach Management policy of the IRU City Trophy 2009 winner: Stockholm. The European Green City Capital adopted number of measures to achieve sustainable development in transportation that respects the environment and provides economic growth and employment opportunities.