Fewer vehicles, more mobility - is that possible?
Mobility as a Service in the city of Lisbon
The rise of new mobility platforms inspires a large number of questions concerning the role of mobility in the future: How will shared, autonomous vehicle fleets affect cities, the number of cars, rides and parking lots? How can these services best be integrated with pre-existing public transport networks? Together with the International Transport Forum, we aimed to answer these questions by organising the Lisbon Study – a profound investigation into the workings and consequences of Mobility as a Service on cities.
The results of replacing private car traffic with new shared mobility services show that 210 football fields of land can be freed after eliminating unnecessary parking space, 90% of the vehicles currently used would no longer be necessary and CO2 emissions could be reduced by 27%. Explore the potential of this radical mobility upgrade and learn more about its implications for your city.