The Promise of Intermodal Transport

Making it Easier, Safer, and Greener to Navigate Urban Environments

In most cities, if you don’t own a car, or just want to leave your car at home, you typically need to use more than one mode of transport to get around. You might, for example, start with a city bus or a rental bike, then transfer to the subway system, a train, or maybe a ride-sharing service to finish your journey.

This method of getting around, known as intermodal transport, or mixed-mode commuting, makes use of public and private transit options, and can be an easier, more efficient way to navigate urban environments. Also, because intermodal transport means fewer people drive single-occupancy vehicles, it has the added attraction of helping to reduce congestion, road traffic accidents, energy consumption, greenhouse-gas emissions, and dependence on fossil fuel.

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  • how mobile apps like “Zaleo” are making intermodal transport easy, and
  • what hardware and technology you need to develop an end-to-end platform like Zaleo.

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