The central challenges in freight and passenger transport can only be solved systemically. Public space, mobility with its energy consumption and the necessary facilities are closely interrelated, but today they are managed in technical-organisational silos. This applies equally to countries, regions or cities. Increasing traffic volumes, new transport modes in the field of micromobility and ambitious climate targets require an integrated approach to the issues.
But how can this integrated organisation, management and control be ensured? The main actors - transport companies, other providers of public and individual mobility services, purchasers and regulatory authorities - are challenged. In order to meet increasing customer and regulatory requirements and at the same time avoid operational risks and exploding costs, it is necessary to go over the books and put the existing paradigm to the test. Without this, it will become impossible for players to continue to produce customer-value services in an operationally and financially reliable manner.