Bruxelles Mobilité used the several tools on our platform to plan digital regulations and shared mobility infrastructure, in order to improve the safety of shared mobility use in the city.
new cycling lanes built
geofenced policy zones established
increase in shared mobility journeys
reduction in number of street patrols
Learn how we achieved these results together:
Our road segment analysis enabled the city to identify the most frequented shared mobility streets, which led to building over 40km of pop-up cycle lanes. After introducing the bike lanes, the number of shared mobility journeys increased five-fold, supporting the city's objective of providing safe and flexible alternatives to private cars. The City also created and published 120 new geofenced policy zones using the MDS Policy API. Regulations included slow speed, no-go and no-parking zones, and incentivized parking hubs for riders. This array of regulations reduced sidewalk clutter, allowing the city to reduce the number of street patrols by 30%, saving them a great amount of time and resources, as well as improving public and political opinion of shared mobility.
Vianova ingested, processed and aggregated raw data from nine shared mobility operators across four modes (e-scooters, e-bikes, e-mopeds and car share), making it accessible to Bruxelles Mobilité on Vianova’s easy to read and use mobility dashboard.
During the project, Vianova analyzed shared mobility data from the operators and presented it to City officials, including a Covid-19 impact analysis presentation on shared mobility usage during the pandemic.
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