From info to insight: Smart City mobility sensing
According to the Fraunhofer Center for Smart Cities, “the public transportation system is the lifeline of a smart city”. More and more, as cities implement congestion charges or other deterrents towards driving, and their citizens recognize the value of sharing transport resources, public transport is becoming the key mobility issue of city spaces. Eurostat give an example: in France, the national average of citizens who use public transport to get to work is 17.8%. But in the largest city, Paris, this figure skyrockets to 69.4%. Public mobility is at the heart of urban life.
Smart cities mean smart mobility
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