20 FEV (Full Electric Vehicle) taxis | 3 electric Buses (1 FEV and 2 PHEV) | 2 electric cars (FEV) – car sharing fleet | 20 private electric cars (FEV)
4 Charg. Points for electric taxis |1 Fast Charg.Point for taxis | 4 Fast Charg. Points for electric buses | Upgrade of 13 Electric Vehicle Charg. Stations | 20 recharging points in parking areas
Ticketing system based on RFID cards, shared among users from buses, bicycles & car-sharing fleet
5 Full Electric Vehicles Last Mile of Delivery in Castilla y Leon Logistics regional network5 TOTAL
Smart Phone App as an Aid to Mobility
Free parking for Electric Vehicles | Taxes reduction for Electric Vehicles | Special lanes for Electric Vehicles
In this field the actions foreseen for reducing the mobility impact, by means of reducing the energy consumption and CO2 emissions, contemplate the implementation and promotion of use of clean powered ( both public and private) vehicles, while improving the clean transport infrastructure.
Thus, a fleet of alternative fuel vehicles will be deployed for public transport ( 3 PHEV/FEV buses and 20 taxis) while promoting the utilization of privately owned electric cars (20) and motorcycles, both from citizens and private companies (e.g. hotels, commercial centers).
Five additional electric cars will provide a freight logistics service (“last mile” delivery) in specific industrial areas of the city, and 2 others will belong to the city council car-sharing fleet.
The actions aimed at improving the infrastructure consider the implementation of 2 fast charging stations for electric vehicles (one for buses, and another one for taxis and freight logistics vehicles).
All these measures are complemented through ICT technologies and strategies like the development of Smart Phones apps as an Aid to Mobility (AtM) and a ticketing system or the implementation of unique contactless RFID cards to enhance the intermodality among buses, rented bicycles and car sharing.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511