Why this project?
High pollution rate
Parking problems (many cars are parked
in second and third lines making pavements unaccessible to pedestrians
Low driving speed both in town and in
What does this project offer?
|Development of an interactive service meant to
facilitate individual mobility by exploting free seats available in
|Enhancement and co-ordination of contacts between
commuters who will join this service|
Who are the actors?
|Car drivers make free seats in their cars available
to other commuters|
|Passengers contribute to transport expenses|
What are the advantages?
|Car drivers will reduce their transport expenses and
will have the opportunity to talk with passengers|
|Passengers will not need to park, will be able to
read newspapers, chat with other passengers or use their notebook during
their way to work, thus exploiting transport time|
How much does it cost?
|In its basic version for a testing period the
service is provided free of charge|
|After such testing time the annual cost for the
basic service will be about 7.000 £ (3,6 €)
for car drivers and 12.000 £ (6,2 €) for each passenger|
"Le cose importanti non si trovano mai negli
J. W. Goethe