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Module 3: Transport and mobility

The objectives of the turnaround in energy strategy can only be achieved if we take a fresh look at mobility. If mobility is regarded as a means for meeting our needs (work, eating, education, relaxation, etc.), then we should aim to achieve mobility that fulfils our needs and involves as little transport as possible. In particular, Module 3 analyses the influence of individual "mobility styles" on energy consumption and the forms in which means of transport can be used collectively in line with an energy-efficient mobility strategy.

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Sharing is savingSharing is savinghttp://www.nfp71.ch/en/projects/module-3-transport-mobility/sharing-is-savingProf. Kay W. Axhausen
Smart urban freight logisticsSmart urban freight logisticshttp://www.nfp71.ch/en/projects/module-3-transport-mobility/smart-urban-logisticsMartin Ruesch
Virtual competition for energy-efficient mobilityVirtual competition for energy-efficient mobilityhttp://www.nfp71.ch/en/projects/module-3-transport-mobility/goeco-efficient-mobilityDr. Roman Rudel

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