With more than 15,000 new inhabitants every year, the attractiveness of the Toulouse metropolis is affecting road congestion in the entire conurbation. Traffic projections are clear: up to 500,000 additional daily trips in 2025, compared to 4 million in 2015, including 265,000 for only the airport area. This considerable increase means that tomorrow's urban mobility needs to be designed today. This is the challenge of the Commute collaborative mobility management project.
Hybrid and collaborative governance: the driving force behind future mobility
What is the best way to tackle recurrent congestion problems in the Toulouse airport area by making better use of the transport infrastructures of today and tomorrow, and by acting on three additional levers:
telecommuting, flexible working hours etc.
car park, coworking spaces, etc.
boosting the share of shared means of transport: carpooling, cycling, etc.
This multidisciplinary approach requires a collaborative and transversal approach to managing the COMMUTE project, involving all stakeholders, both institutional and professional from large companies. Stakeholders involved include: Toulouse Métropole, the pilot of this project, Tisséo Collectivités, Airbus, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, ATR, Safran, AFNOR, Sopra Steria and the Réussir Business Club.