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Les Compagnons du Voyage in Paris
Les Compagnons du Voyage in Paris

The “Compagnons du Voyage“ is a service in Paris that offers older people personal accompaniment for journeys on public transport. It is an association created by the SNCF (Société nationale des chemins de fer français) and RATP (Régie autonome des transports Parisiens).

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Smart Mobile Seniors, Flanders Region, Belgium
Smart Mobile Seniors, Flanders Region, Belgium

“Smart Mobile Senior Citizens” engaged senior citizens throughout the Flemish Region (Belgium) to get to know sustainable transport modes in real life and increase their use. The project initiator has been a Belgium NGO called Mobiel 21, which for the implementation closely co-operated with municipalities and organisations of senior citizens. An important element is the self-activation of the older people, meaning that senior organisations take the lead in implementing the local actions. Until the final project year of 2009, 12 municipalities have participated.

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Mobility-Information Centre Stuttgart
Mobility-Information Centre Stuttgart

Friendly, personal information about all means of public transport as well as route planning for cars, cycles and pedestrians - these are the main competences of the Stuttgart Mobility Information Centre. It is located near the main station in the tourist information building, and is organized by the City of Stuttgart, Environmental Protection Office. This cost free service is for all citicens and tourists in Stuttgart. A major concern of the mobility consulting is to arrange mobility in Stuttgart as environmentally-friendly and efficiently as possible. And it is amazing there are a lot of possibilities to move environmentally.

Around 70.000 clients per year seek for mobility information. One third of the information concerns public transport, one third concerns city tourism and one third ecologically-friendly transport modes. The following tables shows the items of most interest:

  • Individual mobility information with regard to all means of public transport
  • Car-sharing programs
  • Route planning for car drivers, cyclists and pedestrians
  • Training courses for “fuel-saving car driving
  • Information for disabled
  • Information about parking facilities

All information is given personally on-site, by telephone, fax, mail or email – and in German and other European languages (English, French, Dutch).

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