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Our transportation analysis shows that high-performing public transport authorities and operators are embracing mobility to go beyond traditional transportation solutions and become more customer-centric.
As passenger flows get more complex and financial resources become scarcer in many cities, public transport providers need to do more with less. As a result, optimizing mobility services is now top on the agenda of most transport players. They are focusing on:
Rationalizing and optimizing routes. For example, cities such as Seoul have optimized their bus fare grid based on route demand, leading to increased ridership, and reduced cost and congestion.
Implementing sustainable transportation solutions to reduce cost. For example, The London Underground has reduced emissions by 5,500 tons by using energy-efficient measures at its properties. It plans to cut emissions by another 10 percent by using lighting and escalators more efficiently.
Adopting the cloud technology. Transport for London’s open data system is on the cloud, which helps provide real-time updates of its data to a large group of stakeholders. This has helped the provider lower costs, and gain speed and flexibility.
Find out how public transportation providers can offer enhanced transportation solutions by:
Maximizing demand for services
Rethinking business models
Read the full report: Transportation Analysis: Establishing New Rules and Roles for Public Transportation
October 8, 2012
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