Covering 9,000 citizens, representative of the population across 9 countries with more than 80 questions, the Kapsch TrafficCom Index provides answers of how congestion and emissions effect peoples lives.
The survey analyses the public opinion in the USA, Argentina, Chile, UK, France, Germany, Austria, Spain and Australia. The answers reveal what people think and feel about modern traffic solutions, e.g. digital navigation, signal timing, tolling, carpooling or public transport, to significantly reduce the negative effects of traffic in city centers, metropolitan areas and on national highways. The results offer guidance for decision makers and the public to better deal with traffic-related challenges for now and in the future.
“Mobility is an expression of individual freedom,” says Georg Kapsch, Chief Executive Officer of Kapsch TrafficCom. “At the same time, traffic is an incredibly complex and multifaceted system, especially in view of the increasing urbanization. It is our mission to develop technical solutions to make this complex system safer, more efficient and more sustainable.”