Maestromobile and Espaces-Mobilités published the results of their survey on post lockdown mobility habits of Belgians. Here are some of the main conclusions (more details by following the link in the comments): 📌 43% have the intention to change their mobility 📌 22% will use less their car (and 9% will not use it anymore) 📌 34% intend to use more bike or steps What is interesting to see as well are the reason of those changes: safety, environment and physical activity are
"Drivers check your rearview mirrors: More and more cyclists are taking to the roads, and they’re not going away anytime soon."
That is the way the last chapter of the "Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Predictions 2020" from Deloitte starts. The growing use of bicycles is one of the 10 predictions mentioned in this report. (source: https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/insights/us/articles/722835_tmt-predictions-2020/DI_TMT-Prediction-2020.pdf)
Before starting to set up a mobility management strategy, we analyse the modal shift potential of companies. #bikes and electric bikes are usually part of the solution. The feedback from the client is often: "Ok, yes but I have to bring my kids to school". Today, I would like to highlight the different possibilities in terms of carrying kids by bike: 🚲 ebike + trailer: easiest and cheapest solution if you already have an ebike. It is also the most flexible. On the other