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
Today I would like to share this interesting article from Joel Hazan, Pierre-François Marteau and Benjamin Fassenot (reference in the comments).
Main elements I share:
📉 The lockdown highlights the fundamental link between mobility, socio-economic development and the environment. See for example the anti-correlation between GDP and air quality. 🏡 The promotion of immobility i.e. working from home. As we are forced to homework, we have to be creative to make this newest wa
When looking at the mobility data provided by Google and Apple we see the clear rupture when the lockdown starts. Since the end of March, walking 🚶♀️and driving 🚙 are growing slightly again. The impact on #bicycles 🚲 usage in #Brussels can be deducted from the Brussels Environment 's open data. There we see that at some points the level is even higher than before (as it can be observed on the streets by the way). Today Elke Van den Brandt announced the creation of 40 k
You can find plenty of articles related to this topic. Transport & Environment (T&E) published a comparison tool to compare both in a specific case. This lifecycle analysis (#LCAA) takes into account the car size, the battery production country and the electricity mix in the country where the car is used. One element is not included: the recycling cost and impact of batteries (because still unknown and unclear)
This tool will be useful when considering fleet electrificatio
Bike Citizens published on their website a heat map of the bicycle usage in Brussels (first picture). We can clearly see the axe Tervuren-Montgomery-Loi which is (in normal time) quite crowded.
On the other side, #bike is used everywhere, most of the streets are used in the city centre. And what about the shared bikes? JUMP Bikes published also a heat map with the use of their #ebikes. In both cases, it is the pentagon and the south-east zone (Ixelles, Etterbeek) which is the
The Mobility Passport starts today. I fully agree with Xavier Tackoen the best way to promote alternatives is to give the possibility to try them! There are different ways to give the possibility to your employees to test alternatives to go to work, the summer period could be a good period to set this up. #mobility #mobiliteitsbudget #budgetmobilite #ebikes #brussels #mobilitysolutions #maas #mobilityasaservice https://fr.metrotime.be/2019/06/05/actualite/mobility-passport-un
Without any timing decided up to know, the Brussels government decides to destroy the Herrmann-Debroux viaduct. This goes in the same direction as the limitations set up earlier this week at the end of the E40 coming from Liège and Leuven between Evere and Reyers. It's the right timing to propose something on top or beside the company cars. Finding your way in the "mobility jungle" could be complex and time-consuming. Looking for support to unlock your mobility management fro
Jump ebikes from Uber are now available in Brussels. Well done Nikolaas! Anyone tested them already? #mobilityasaservice #mobilitysolutions #mobility #uber #brussels #ebikes https://www.lesoir.be/220439/article/2019-04-25/les-velos-electriques-uber-debarquent-bruxelles