After winning the Smart City Mobility Challenge, the French company, wever is about to present a tailored mobility plan for Moka Smart City based on a wide-ranging online survey, Moka Move.
A tailored mobility plan
But what is so different about wever? This start-up is primarily people-centred and performs an accurate mobility assessment through an online platform to track users’ needs. Analysing these elements helps quick implementation of relevant mobility solutions like shuttles, carpooling, electric bicycles and public transport in the area covered by the survey.
Creating solutions using Moka Move
The data collected through the Moka Move platform will allow the development of future mobility services according to actual needs as well as their ongoing testing and adjustment. This will enable Moka Smart City to continuously improve its mobility solutions, especially through implementing pilot projects.
Taking part in the survey is easy: all you need to do is connect to the Moka Move platform from an Internet-enabled device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) and take a few minutes to fill out the online form. The questions have been designed to cover all situations, such as the reasons and days/times for visiting Moka, places usually visited, possible stops along the way, modes of transportation used and their disadvantages.
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