THE Flexible Mobility Centre, for planning and managing different transport services, is built upon the two axes of urban mobility: collective transport and flexible services.
The centre addresses the two main levels of urban mobility in a coordinated way, where both public (collective) and private components interact with each other: major transport axes and corridors on the one hand, and flexible/ride-sharing services on the other. Fostering the interaction between public and private mobility through various connected mobility schemes (parking, park and ride, interchange facilities with shared vehicle schemes, integrated payment) is crucial for improving urban mobility as a whole.
To achieve seamless integration between collective and shared mobility, the Flexible Mobility Centre works on three interconnected levels: collective transport, personal mobility and connected systems. The Flexible Mobility Centre will offer integrated access to several on-demand and shared individual and collective services by coordinated management of the various actors and services through an ad-hoc organisation framework, technology-enabled services and soft measures.