The organization responsible for the site optimizes Motorized Individual Traffic (MIT) by gearing car parking facilities to a low level of demand and through source-related cost allocation. Income is used to finance alternatives to automotive mobility, or to create appropriate incentives.
• Parking spaces for motor vehicles
• Car parking pricing policies
The organization responsible for the site encourages slow vehicle traffic (two-/ three-wheelers, non-motorized, e-powered, etc.) by providing enough parking spaces in an optimal location. The parking facilities meet high-quality standards. Footpaths and cycle tracks are attractive and safe.
• Parking spaces for slow vehicles
• Comprehensive network of footpaths and cycle tracks on the site
• Good level of safety for pedestrian and slow-moving vehicle traffic
The organization responsible for the site is committed to ensuring that alternatives to automotive mobility are available, attractive, and user-oriented. The organization responsible for the site ensures that needs are assessed regularly and that the services provided are optimized based on the results.
• Public Transport Services
• Combined Mobility Services
Smart townships must deliver effective smart mobility solutions — physical and digital — while encouraging innovation. Strategies involve intelligent traffic and logistics management, mobility monitoring platforms, vehicle innovation, and adoption (electric, shared, etc).
• Intelligent Traffic Management
• Smart Parking
• Smart Logistics
• Electro Vehicle Charging Infrastructure