For too long, mobility in soft modes was almost forgotten in the urban planning and transport systems process because it was widely believed that only motorized modes responded effectively to travel needs.
It is now widely understood that walking or cycling are very important in short-distance trips (where they are often the most efficient modes) or as modes of articulation and access / return to motorized modes.
The decarbonisation of transport necessarily involves the promotion of soft modes, whether through the improvement of transport infrastructure or the modification of the modal choices of people and organizations.
In recent years, TIS has consolidated its experience in addressing issues related to sustainable mobility, whether in the development of Mobility and Transport Plans (and more recently the PAMUS - Action Plan on Sustainable Urban Mobility) or in the development of Accessibility Plans for All, or Execution Projects for Foot and Cycle Networks.
It is also worth noting our role in the projects for the European Commission, which has considered the possibility of promoting greater use of soft modes, through the use of mobile applications and / or "gamification" solutions.
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