Multi-modal mobility arises from increasing mobility demands resulting from urbanisation. There is no fixation on a single mode of transport; for every travel path, the appropriate mode of transport is chosen according to unique criteria.
In the Swiss transportation politics of today, cantons, regions, cities and municipalities fall back more and more to the political objective of shifting demand from one transportation mode to the other. The so-called modal split is used as a target value to define the optimal proportion of private motorisation, public transportation and non-motorised transportation (NMT: pedestrians and cyclists), which is subsequently to represent an ideal transportation system.
Your personal web-login gives you unlimited access to your own CityMonitor and provides you with real-time insight to your data. You select the date and time period you wish to have evaluated, and the aforementioned reports are instantly delivered to your CityMonitor– including an origin-destination matrix.
Average daily traffic ADT
Origin, destination and transit traffic per region, city, town and/or district
Share of commuter traffic, including origin-destination pairs
Share of tourist traffic, including origin-destination pairs
Number of tourist-related bed nights per holiday destination
Travel times between selected destinations or roadway segments
Simulation of various traffic conditions such as construction sites and road blocks
Demand forecasts that take into account spatial development
Dwell times (car parks, bicycle parking, town/city squares, etc.)