Sacha Manson-Smith, Chief Technology Officer at Beryl, provides insight into the ground-breaking potential of the company’s Social Digital Twin project and its transformative impact on sustainable urban mobility.
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The Social Digital Twin technology will simulate the behaviour of people in the real world, allowing Beryl to make more accurate predictions of the impact of initiatives and incentives on people’s transport choices.
As part of a new partnership, Solent Transport will now offer its customers with rail ticketing through its Breeze travel app, providing them with improved access to all modes of transportation across the region.
Having generated over one million journeys in Bournemouth and Poole, Norwich and the Isle of Wight since first launching in 2020, Beryl's e-scooter schemes have been found to be amongst the most utilised in England.
As part of the trial extension, Solent Transport will continue to monitor rental e-scooter usage, working closely with local stakeholders in Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight to ensure that communities can provide feedback to the trial.
Beryl Bikes by Breeze will provide people across Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight with better access to sustainable modes of transport, helping to improve air quality and public health across the Solent region.
The new bike-share scheme will be integrated with Solent Transport’s MaaS app, which encourages commuters to combine active travel and public transport as an alternative to car use.
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Solent Transport has appointed Trafi, Unicard and the Behavioural Insights Team to deliver the pioneering UK-first multi-city £2.4 million Mobility-as-a-Service scheme, which will launch later in 2021.