Welcome to the analysis Of your employees' Mobility patterns

Welcome to your company's own platform. With this platform, you will get access to the restults of the Corporate Mobility survey conducted in your company.

You can access various indicators via the menu located on the left of this screen. The graphs that you will see can be exported (Excel or PNG) and can be used for your internal presentations.

Commuting

Distance and duration of commuting

Range of arrival and departure time of employees

Average distance to workplace:

For your company:

Localization Of your employees

In your company, on day of telework every week would save you:

Telework

Of your employees
telework.

Modal share of commuting

Access to transporation modes

Share of employees with an easy access to the following transportation modes

Equipment rate Of your employees

Share of employees equipped with the following transportation modes

Reasons for the choice of the commuting mode

Mobility during lunchbreak

Collective Mobility

Share of employees commuting to work by car alone

Ridesharing

Willingness to rideshare

Perception of commuting

Friendly, convivial

Enjoyable

Relaxing

Reassuring

A timewaste

Do not agree at all Fully agree

Regular work-related Mobility

Number of regular professional trips (monthly) and occupancy rates of cars used for these trips

Distance and duration of trips

Share of employees traveling for work

Number of regular work-related trips

Average distance and duration of work-related trips

Modal share of regular work-related trips

Mobility profiles Of your employees

Share of Mobitypes in your company


Car lover

Car-intensive

No regular

Combiner

Collective daily

Car-mild

Car-convenient

2-wheelers

Collective moving

Slow moving
CAR LOVER

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - CAR LOVER

Socio-demographic characteristics

CAR MILD

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - CAR MILD

Socio-demographic characteristics

CAR convenient

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - CAR CONVENIENT

Socio-demographic characteristics

CAR INTENSIVE

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - CAR INTENSIVE

Socio-demographic characteristics

NO REGULAR

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - NO REGULAR

Socio-demographic characteristics

2 WHEELERS

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - 2 WHEELERS

Socio-demographic characteristics

COMBINER

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - COMBINER

Socio-demographic characteristics

COLLECTIVE DAILY

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - COLLECTIVE DAILY

Socio-demographic characteristics

COLLECTIVE MOVING

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - COLLECTIVE MOVING

Socio-demographic characteristics

SLOW MOVING

- Average distance traveled every day:

- Average trip duration (daily):

- Average CO2 emissions for each employee of the Mobitype, every year:

- Share of the Mobitype:

ID cards of Mobitypes - SLOW MOVING

Socio-demographic characteristics

Activity Of your employees while they commute

Émission GES

CO2 emissions generated by work-related trips

To compensate for your yearly CO2 emissions,
you would need to plant approximately
trees every year.

Mobility services available in your company

Utilisation rate of Mobility services provided by your company

Priorities set by your employees

Levers of action in your company

Levers of action in your company

In France, the transport sector generates the largest share of CO2 emissions. Therefore, the optimization of mobility is essential for attaining the sustainable development goals. Considering the fact that commuting account for a significant share (60%) of all daily travels, the role of companies and employees is crucial for decarbonization of mobility. While CSR is becoming an increasing important topic in current debates, the goal of reducing the environmental of mobility appears to be vital.


In your company, Of your employees consider that measures regarding the facilitation of employees' mobility are useful to reduce the impact of mobility on the environment.

The transition to green mobility implies a reasonable car use. This can be achieve through an implementation of collective modes that are less polluting or a more effective use, for instance, by increasing cars' occupancy rates.

of employees in your company are Car dependent.They are the priority targets for any action regarding the reduction of the enivironmental footprint of mobility. Among them, of car convenient and of car lovers are priority targets.

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Conduct trainings on eco driving

Of your employees commute by car. In order to reduce this share, the company can encourage employees to use public transport when possible. The Multimodals ( of your company's employees) are a priority target.

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Increase the share of employees using public transport by covering transport costs

Internal challenges to encourage the use of collective passenger transport

Of your employees could bike to work, compared to today. Encouraging them to do so would reduce the company's carbon footprint. Please note that this measure should be implemented only if the company can be reached by bike safely, of course!

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Offer secure parking spots for bicycles

Provide concierge service for cyclists (bicycle pump, tools…)

Subzidize the purchase of bicycle or related equipment via company's Committee

Offer a bicycle allowance per kilometre

Of your employees consider that a micro-mobility device (hoverboard, electric scooter...) would improve the accessibility of public transport

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Subsidize the purchase of Micro-mobility equipments

Offer parking spots dedicated to these equipments

This is the average occupancy rate Of your employees' cars during their commute. At the national level, this rate is 1.1 people per car. of employees commuting to work by car are alone in their vehicle.

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Provide financial incentives for your employees to rideshare (rideshare package)

Develop a ridesharing platform with neighboring companies (when relevant).

Of your employees could start to rideshare

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Secure parking spaces far ridesharers

Provide ridesharers with an opportunity to reserve their parking space

Reserve the most favorable parking spaces for ridesharers

Bear the parking costs for ridesharers

Reducing the carbon footprint from mobility can be achieved by reducing the overall need for mobility. Encouraging teleworking or replacing business trips with remote meetings can reduce the CO2 emissions from mobility.

Of your employees telework at least once per month. An additional day of telework per employee in your company would save CO2, as much as over the year.

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Offer possibilities to telework from home, or from co-working spaces close to places where your employees live (that do not belong to the company).

Offer possibilities to work from satellite offices if possible

Of your employees return home for lunch because they find the restaurant offers at the workplace to be insufficient.

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Depending on the working hours and operational constraints:

Partner with neighboring companies to offer canteen facilities

Bring restaurant owners or food trucks to the workplace

Of remote meetings could be replaced by videoconferences or virtual desktops

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Promotion of videoconference devices and virtual desktops

Share taxis when going to meetings outside of the workplace

Reducing the carbon footprint from mobility can be achieved by reducing the overall need for mobility. Encouraging teleworking or replacing business trips with remote meeting devices can reduce CO2 emissions from mobility.

The majority of shared services vehicles offered in your company are .

Of employees would be willing to offset their CO2 emissions, for an average amount of .

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Setting up of a carbon offset fund with the CC or partners, with possible contribution of the company.

Of employees own an electric car. Promoting electric vehicles among employees allow to decrease the carbon footrpint form mobility.

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Offering electric charging points on the company site

Of employees would be in favor of shuttles to reach public transports.

Of your employees believe that the shuttle service linking the company to public transport could be improved.

Employees could use public transport if they had a micromobility solution to reach it more easily.

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Subsidies from the company

Commuting and business trips can be a source of stress and even accidents for your employees. Optimizing mobility (reducing mobility needs or switching to more shared form of mobility) could improve the employees' performance. Changes in the organization and structure of the company (teleworking, remote meetings ...) potentially limit the negative effects of mobility.

Commuting can be a source of stress for employees, especially if it is done with individual modes. Switching to collective modes or can be regarded as a way to relieve stress.

Of employees that use a car to reach the workplace do not consider the commuting process to be pleasent. Limiting the driving stress is key for them.

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Promoting ridesharing in order to reduce individual car use

Offer teleworking in order to reduce commuting needs

Of employees a car to reach the workplace do not consider the commuting process to be relaxing. Limiting the driving stress is key for them.

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Promoting ridesharing in order to reduce individual car use

Offer teleworking in order to reduce commuting needs

Reducing the need for mobility also limits negative externalities, including stress and other psychosocial risks.

Your employees do on average work-related trips, every year.

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Offer remote meetings (videoconferences, virtual desktops…) to reduce mobility needs.

Of your employees telework at least once a week or go to two different workplaces for organisational purposes.

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Support telework and work at satellite offices in other workplaces of the copmany that are close to the employees' home.

Of your employees return home for lunch because they find the restaurant offers at the workplace to be insufficient. With that being said, the mobility needs on the mid-day break can be regarded as an additional source of stress for employees. Their reduction therefore coontributes to optimizing performance.

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Depending on the working hours and operational constraints:

Partner with neighboring companies to offer canteen facilities

Bring restaurant owners or food trucks to the workplace

Of employees make daily trips other than commutes to and from work.

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Establish a services hub (a drop-off rack, a doctor's office, childcare, post office, ATMs) with other companies to offer more services at the workplace.

Reducing the carbon footprint from mobility can be achieved by reducing the overall need for mobility. Encouraging teleworking or replacing business trips with remote meetings can reduce CO2 emissions from mobility.

Of employees commute during rush hour.

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Shift times of arrival and departure in order to reduce the commuting time and reduce inconvenience.

Of employees mostly travel by plane in economy class.

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Limit business trips by plane or give priority to premion economy class or business class.

Of employees use motorized 2-3-wheelers or micromobility devices to reach the wrkplace. Simple (every day) habits/acts contribute to reducing risks. The multimodals ( Of your employees) and the Slow movers () should be regarded as a matter of priority when addressing these challenges.

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Offer trainings related to personal protection equipments.

The company's travel plan can be used as an opportunity to gather employees around a shared projet. Setting goals (reduction fo CO2 emissions, reduction of trips by car alone…) could encourage employees to change their mobility habits and improve the company's attractivity. This is another opportunity for employees to gather and exchange within a non-professional framework. A company travel plan aiming at gathering employees aroud shared objectives can send the image of a company paying attention to the well-being of its employees, and as such contribute positively to the company's image.

Commuting trips can be an opportunity for work colleagues to bond and meet in a different context.

This is the average occupancy rate Of your employees' cars during their commute. At the national level, this rate is 1.1 people per car. of employees commuting to work by car are alone in their vehicle.

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Provide financial incentives for your employees to rideshare (rideshare package)

Develop a ridesharing platform with neighboring companies (when relevant)

Of your employees could start to rideshare

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Secure parking spaces far ridesharers

Provide ridesharers with an opportunity to reserve their parking space

Reserve the most favorable parking spaces for ridesharers

Bear the parking costs for ridesharers

Reducing mobility needs to federate people around a corporate project.

Of your employees return home for lunch because they find the restaurant offers at the workplace to be insufficient.

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Depending on the working hours and operational constraints:

Partner with neighboring companies to offer canteen facilities

Bring restaurant owners or food trucks to the workplace

Approximately

of remote meetings could be replaced by videoconferences or virtual desktops.

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Promotion of videoconference devices and virtual desktops

Share taxis when going to meetings outside of the workplace

Companys can provide employees with mobility solutions, allowing for collective and shared trips.

It's the average usage rate of mobility solutions provided by your company

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To improve this usage rate and set up a collective project, you can egage in communication actions to make your committment on Mobility more visible.

Of your employees have benefited from a training on eco-driving.

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Offer trainings on eco-driving to bring your employees together around a common objective: reducing CO2 emissions.