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Sustainable Mobility

Mobility is nothing less than a basic human need. At the same time, motorized traffic is one of the biggest sources of pollution, affecting citizen’s health and accelerating climate change.

As the Kapsch TrafficCom Index shows, people around the world agree that emissions caused by traffic have increased in recent years. And the vast majority also urgently wants to reduce emissions from road traffic.

The corona crisis made the traffic problem even more evident: while initially reducing traffic, after the lockdown many people now prefer take their own car rather than public transport.

The increasing share of individual traffic has fatal consequences. Around 91 percent of the world’s population lives in places where air quality levels exceed WHO limits. There are 4.2 million deaths every year that occur as a result of exposure to ambient air pollution.

This clearly shows that mobility needs to become more sustainable. Kapsch offers the building blocks for an effective supply and demand management. In order to reduce congestion and emissions, traffic needs to be managed and organized effectively.


Here you find our country-specific press releases on the Kapsch TrafficCom Index 2020.

Press releases


Kapsch is currently working on a statement how to deliver the vision of sustainable mobility. It will be released in November. Stay tuned and register already now for that statement here. We will send you the document directly.

Register here