TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY
With the liberalization of the sector, the more traditional service providers are under pressure to change. While retaining their business continuity, management are forced to rethink their strategies, operating models, processes and technology to remain competitive, customer centric and environmentally consciousness.
Mobility is the ability and level of ease of moving goods and services. Some examples of mobility include: Interstate highways providing designated truck lanes to increase the overall amount of goods transported; Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems with bus only lanes that increases the efficiency of moving people while removing automobiles from the roads. Congestion Management Systems are the trend in mobility due to the lack of funds and the land constraints to keep expanding the transit system infinitely. These systems manage travel demand through innovative ideas to increase volume and capacity.