Changing transport for the better: Meet our mobility experts at the Climate Action in Mobility Conference in Berlin

Meet us at Climate Action in Mobility Conference in Berlin

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Achieving sustainable mobility to fight climate change is at the forefront of discussions at the Climate Action in Mobility Conference, taking place on 27 September in Berlin. The logistics sector alone accounts for approximately one quarter of Europe’s carbon dioxide emissions and still too many private vehicles clog up cities that prioritise cars over people.Read more

Martyna Abendrot: “The future of planning is about being transparent and involving people at all stages of a project.”

Martyna Abendrot: PTV Group’s Managing Director in Poland

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Digitisation is one of the driving forces behind the rapid changes in the mobility sector. One thing, however, that is not changing just as fast is the number of women working in mobility.Read more

Martyna Abendrot: “Success is about teamwork”

Martyna Abendrot: Managing Director
of PTV Group in Poland

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Digitisation is one of the driving forces behind the rapid changes in the mobility sector. One thing, however, that is not changing just as fast is the number of women working in mobility.Read more

How do you plan the most optimal transport route?

Logistics services are vital for every city. Photo: iStock

Logistics services are vital for every city. Photo: iStock

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Cities and their surrounding metropolitan areas are swiftly growing all over the world. This increase calls for a higher demand of logistics services. No matter if it is the industrial, trade or hospitality sector, they all rely on deliveries that arrive on time and without damage.… Read more

The bus that catches the passenger: PTV Group’s role in the MaaS Alliance

In the future, the bus catches the passengers and not the other way around.

In the future, the bus catches the passengers and not the other way around.

Does owning a car still equal the ultimate freedom to go everywhere – of being independently mobile? The latest report conducted by MaaSLab in London confirms that people’s attitudes are changing and that the time for Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is now: 36% of the non-car-owning participants of the study said they would delay purchasing a car and 40% of them stated they would not purchase a car at all if MaaS were available.Read more

How a rainy day in Lisbon started a mobility revolution

Too many taxis and other vehicles serve only one passenger.

Too many taxis and other vehicles serve only one passenger at a time.

How do you start a mobility revolution? – Right, you have to have an idea. José Viegas, Former Secretary-General of the International Transport Forum, OECD, had the brilliant brainwave of finding a way to ensure the best capacity utilisation of taxis because too many vehicles serve only one customer at a time.Read more

Outsmarting congestion and emissions

Miller Crockart, Vice President Global Sales & Marketing for Traffic Software

Miller Crockart, Vice President Global Sales & Marketing for Traffic Software

“Meeting the demand is key, but meeting it with a minimum number of vehicles to make the best use of an existing infrastructure, is king”, explains our Vice President Global Sales & Marketing for Traffic Software, Miller Crockart, in the latest edition of ITS International.Read more

PTV Optima or what if you were prepared for every traffic eventuality there is

More than 110 engineers, planners and city officials joined the 27th edition of the German UGM to discuss the latest mobility trends in Karlsruhe.

What’s new, what’s changed? At this year’s annual PTV Traffic User Group Meeting (UGM) in Karlsruhe, engineers, planners and city officials joined us to discuss the latest mobility trends.Read more

Gaining the competitive edge with
PTV Map&Guide

Transport companies need a reliable time, distance and toll calculation to ensure an efficient and on-time delivery.

Previously, we discussed the issues and challenges that the logistics industry is facing, especially within the EU. Due to the problems in the workforce, implementation of local laws, and limited technological interventions, some businesses are struggling to survive against their competitors, resulting in low margins and even bankruptcies.Read more

How software solution is bridging the gaps in EU’s logistics sector

PTV Map&Guide enables companies to avoid detours maximising their profits.

EU’s logistics sector is booming and makes up 14% of the total GDP. Retail, e-commerce and manufacturing have propelled its rapid growth, and will only continue to expand year over year. Nonetheless, the sector still has significant challenges to tackle such as problems in the workforce, implementation of local laws, and limited technological interventions.Read more