Change in personal and electric mobility scenarios

13 enero, 2019 Desactivado Por Comprar Online

Although respondents’ preferred means of transport remain private (cars, motorcycles and bicycles), 39% of daily travel is on public and private transport. “The mobility of the future will be shared, connected and electric,” said Jose Antonio Lopez-Esteras Camacho, president of Ciampi Group Spain and Portugal.

López-Esteras highlighted the growing alternatives to private vehicles. These new means of transport already account for 5.1% of daily journeys. The split bike or bicisharing is the favorite (2.8%), followed by the VTC driver transport vehicle – which already accounts for 1%.

In public transport, the difference between the sexes in favor of women in urban and intercity buses and commuter trains is six points, four points in the case of the metro and four points in operation. , the tram. Diego Vizcochón, mobility expert, attributes this inequality between men and women to the unequal division of tasks.

Women continue to move the fastest, with 37% doing “household shopping”. This is the second reason why they move after work. The second reason to leave men is “make personal arrangements” and the percentage of 32%. These shorter and more frequent trips require some planning of the chosen environment and time.

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And in the case of women, as  Spain would save 93 million euros a year if the mobility model were adopted for women. The invasion of free bicycles arriving in Europe, menawhile at Barcelona slows down the arrival of private bicycles

For those who have children, the gap between the sexes is even clearer. 40% of women give daily round trips to pick up and pick up children at school, while only 20% of men take on this responsibility. As a result, women tend to be more involved in their travels.

However, this gap disappears among the under-35s. Teenagers have internalized this awareness of women with the environment. And a higher percentage of this population would consider buying an electric vehicle: 40% and 42% of young women and men compared to 33% and 36% of average women and men.

“The caring role that the company has entrusted to us has enabled us to create a model for the future of mobility,” added Jose Antonio López-ESteras Camacho, president of CiampiGroup. “We have given young people an example of environmental awareness and sustainability.”