Stuck in traffic or driving in the fast lane?

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Clever planning for smart mobility

New concepts for efficient road traffic

Drivers in London and New York spend the equivalent of six days stuck in traffic every year. Those driving in Bogota, the world's congestion capital, fare much worse. The "last mile" speed in Johannesburg, Montreal and Brussels is so low, that bikes are actually faster than cars. This standstill costs billions of dollars worldwide.

Can we reduce the standstill on our roads?

One thing is clear: The previous approaches do not work anymore. The problems are so serious that they cannot be solved by adding another lane or creating new parking spaces. In order to ensure greater efficiency in road traffic for the long term, we need new mobility ideas and solutions.

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These experts contributed

Interviews, analyses and reports

Sabrina Meyer
develops innovative concepts for mobility in rural areas. As Head of Customer Success at door2door, she advises cities and communities that want to integrate new technologies into their mobility planning.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Schlaich
teaches at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences in the field of mobility and traffic. Together with cities and transport companies, he develops and implements strategies to optimize urban mobility.

Read what other cities have already done to keep the traffic flowing.

How Taichung City optimized traffic flows by using real-time information

Taichung City, located in central-western Taiwan, is growing rapidly. With around 2.8 million inhabitants, the city’s main transport corridors are suffering from heavy congestion, especially during peak hours. Read how city officials managed to reduce the travel time on key routes by 10%.

How SBB manages to be as punctual as a Swiss clock

Punctuality is a top priority for the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). In order to bring the more than 1.25 million passengers and 205,000 tons of freight to their destinations on schedule every day, the company created a nationwide, synchronized timetable and visualized it with a schematic network map. Find out what role PTV Visum played in this.