White paper from Autonomy on partnering between Microbility service providers and Public Transport Operators
630 days ago
Sustainable mobility network, Autonomy, have published their latest white paper in line with their mission of working towards contributing to the common goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Entitled How Micromobility Service Providers can partner with Public Transport Operators (PTOs) to reduce private car commuting, interested parties can visit the website and enter their details to download.
Autonomy writes: “Micromobility is the ultimate solution for first and last-mile commutes to transit hubs. For those who live beyond walking distance from a public transport station, the ideal solution is to give them a convenient micromobility offer to and from the station. Numerous cities are working on integrating micromobility with public transport, thus reducing the need for car ownership, as we increasingly move towards low emission, carbon neutral cities. Public transport authorities are increasingly working with private micromobility operators to increase multimodality and expand their shared transport offering. Integration is the key but how can different modes of travel be integrated into a seamless experience for the user, so that it reduces private car use?”