How does Padam Mobility Demand-Responsive Transport help reducing the environmental footprint?

Padam Mobility

The 5th edition of the French air quality national day, is for Padam Mobility the opportunity to reiterate its commitment for the reduction of our environmental footprint thanks to the Demand-Responsive Transport (DRT). We have been taking advantage of our know-how and the best of the latest technological advances in artificial intelligence. We aim at developing solutions for more virtuous, greener and more sustainable trips.

Padam Mobility is helping to reduce the use of private cars

By offering alternative mobility solutions when conventional public transport is showing its limits – especially in off-peak hours and in peri-urban and rural areas.

Padam Mobility has saved nearly 82000Km of car rides to its users since the beginning of its activity which represents nearly 16 tons of CO2 rejected less.
We contribute to the optimization of existing transport services

By providing intelligent and dynamic optimization solutions that avoid empty rides and calculate the best itineraries.

The average grouping rate * on our dynamic Demand-Responsive Transport services is 80%. It can reach 92% on our best optimized DRT services.

We test and develop solutions to encourage eco-gestures In order to further reduce our DRT services energy consumption.

We can encourage our users to choose their DRT trips according to their environmental impact. According to an internal study, indicating the most fuel-efficient itinerary for DRT users would make it possible, on average, to save 500 kilos of CO2 per vehicle per year.
In 2020, we will continue our mission: to change and make changing the way we move.

We will continue to develop intelligent, optimized, sustainable and less costly mobility services. Services which take into account environmental, social and societal challenges.  


* Share of trips with at least two passengers on board

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