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Swiss transportation system: how good is it?

Let's talk about Swiss transportation system 🚲🚗🚌🚎🛴

54% of commuters in Switzerland take public transport to reach their workplace. 45% of them benefit from using at least 2 modes of transport 🚲🚆 per journey.

The Swiss travel further by train than any other nation in Europe. Switzerland has around 28,000 public transport stops, in other words one stop every 900 metres. Swiss trains, trams and buses are also continuously adapted to suit the needs of customers: greater seating capacity, low-floor entry, air conditioning, customer information systems, 4G repeaters, WLAN, etc.

Railway stations are becoming mobility hubs that can be used flexibly by visitors and passengers. Such hubs offer customers a new mobility experience with combined intermodal transport services. SBB CFF FFS, for instance, is linking various providers of mobility services to create a mobility services system. Travellers can combine their modes of transport easily, individually and flexibly & thus enjoy intelligent door-to-door mobility.

What is Urban Connect's role in this matrix? We are here to add value to the smart city development and bridge the gap in the micromobility sector. Our solution occupies no public space & ensures the fastest urban commuting option for any employee.

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