When it comes to sustainability, transportation is often seen more as an issue. At Mileus, we believe it doesn’t have to drive us away from Sustainable Development Goals. Actually, quite the opposite.
There’s plenty of challenges to be addressed to make intermodal mobility solutions a truly viable option within urban mobility. How can we make intermodality really sustainable and equitable? How can we integrate it with an existing public transport infrastructure? How can we ensure it’s easily adopted by users? I’ve put together five principles to navigate these challenges.
Looking at the urban mobility industry in 2021 and beyond, I am expecting a new normal will emerge where we combine working from home and working from the office into a new weekly rhythm. This will significantly decrease the commute needs of mainly the knowledge workers representing 26% of the workforce and create a unique opportunity for ride-hailing and the taxi industry.
“Mileus solution is more comfortable than public transport alone and cheaper than a taxi alone,” says Juraj Atlas. Mileus automatically interconnects ride-hailing services with transit system lines, improving the comfort and convenience of public transport while motivating people to leave their cars at home.