The cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht and Eindhoven have partnered with mobility data platform, Vianova to advance the integration of shared mobility services into existing transport networks.
Under this partnership, the Dutch cities aim to improve their collaboration with mobility operators and evaluate the best policies and urban planning initiatives that will ensure safe and sustainable transport.
The data will focus on how new sustainable modes of travel could complement existing public transport services in order to source actionable insights that could bridge the communication gap between public authorities and mobility operators.
These insights will be derived from mobility data feeds that the Dutch cities can retrieve from Vianova’s Data Exchange platform. The research will focus on topics such as moped flows in and out of adjacent cities and micromobility parking policies.
The Vianova platform will also be used to understand the comparative impact of different modes of transport. By evaluating metrics such as trip distance, duration and frequency, the cities can develop a better understanding of how micromobility serves different niches in the region’s transportation network.
In addition, the City of Amsterdam is also among the first users of Vianova’s new CO2 emissions monitoring and reduction tool. This new AI-based feature enables cities to identify policies that would achieve the highest CO2 reduction when balanced against other priorities.
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