Multimodal disruptions management in Madrid

The City of Madrid launched in 2019 a very ambitious program, Roadmap to Climate Neutrality, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This Roadmap aims at reducing emissions in the city of Madrid by 65% by 2030, as compared to 1990, and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

Mobility has a direct effect on the city’s air quality and noise impact ; and modal shift is one of the key drivers to strongly reduce this impact. The city of Madrid increased its offer of multimodal public transport, as alternative to the car, such as 213 bus lines, all buses using non polluting energies and 7,500 shared bikes, with more than 600 bike stations.

In order to help users shift from cars to alternative means of transportation and increase trust in these alternatives, the Empresa Municipal de Transportes of Madrid will use Nextérité solutions to manage real time, planned or predicted disruptions for all these mobility modes and share them with inhabitants, including parking availaility and towed away vehicles.