Quick Solution Catalogue

One specific problem - One specific answer

This section contains a selection of common mobility problems facing companies today. For quick help, we have identified a few solutions that can be quickly implemented in each case. Of course, a few isolated actions never change the whole situation. If you are experiencing more than one of the following problems, use the Toolbox Decision Support System (DSS).

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1. Inadequate parking spaces
Expansion plans call for new parking spaces. Employees are unhappy because they cannot get a parking space. Employees park in residential areas, thus causing friction between the company and its neighbours.

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2. Congestion, causing delays in car journey times
of both deliveries, customers and employees needing to reach the site.

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3. Problems in attracting appropriate staff
Our company is poorly accessible by public transport and cycling routes are not good. Therefore, potential employees look for a job in better located companies.

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4. Equity
Employees not travelling to work by car feel that those who do drive to work receive benefits, for example free parking. Employees not commuting by car also would like to benefit from incentive measures.

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5. Health of our employees
Health of our employees is not good. Employees are seated all day and do not get physical exercise. They are stressed because of spending 2 hours a day in traffic jams.

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6. High cost for business or service cars
The company spends a lot of money on the company car fleet or mileage allowances for use of private cars for business trips.

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7. High cost for company busses
Special transport arrangements for employees (eg privately operated shuttle services) are very expensive.

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8. Our company wants to adopt a policy of sustainable growth
The mission statement of our company includes both environment and innovation but we do not know how to apply this to travel.

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9. An Eco-Audit
An Eco-Audit will be coming soon. Or our company has to deliver a report on our environmental impacts.

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10. Safety on the home-work trip
Pedestrians and cyclists are concerned about the risk of accidents on their journey to work. Because of this, many of them choose the car for commuting to work. Or some accidents have already happened and this is costly for the company.

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11. Female employees
Female employees do not feel comfortable travelling on public transport or cycling in off peak hours.

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12. Our company culture is based on stimulating co-operation
We want to extend this to the home-work trip.

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13. Our company is going to relocate
Our company is going to relocate and employees feel uneasy because they don't know how to reach the location or they are concerned that there is insufficient parking at the new location.

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14. High costs of parking space
The costs of maintaining existing parking spaces, or providing new parking space is too high.

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Please note, that these are a limited number of suggestions and are not tailor-made for your company.

To get the best results, use the decision support system or browse the measures list.