Digital innovation can reduce the need to physically move to access services, both public and private. What are the margins for improvement? Are there “unexplored” sectors that can begin or significantly enhance their digitization? If so, how?
The measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic have led to numerous changes with a direct impact on mobility, from the closure of schools to the use of agile work (in particular by the PA), the imposition of limitations on the shared use of cars, to the reduction the capacity of public transport.
With the reopening of the schools and the possible resumption of most of the activities in the offices, a much greater recourse to the use of personal cars is foreseeable, with a consequent increase in traffic and atmospheric emissions.
It is therefore necessary to respond to this criticality with practical, feasible and innovative solutions, which know how to make use of existing infrastructures and manage to combine mobility as integrated as possible between public transport, own cars and exchange parking lots, micro-mobility and pedestrian mobility.
Solutions based on the territorial context (the metropolitan area of Cagliari), declined in relation to the respective targets and which constitute a strategic and long-term response to the climate changes underway.