Multimodal Compass and Active Transport Modes Plan
Multimodal Compass and Active modes plan are two types of passenger information materials that highlight active modes of transport as a supplement to public transport.
By showing alternative ways to get around a given area, these two complementary systems aim to encourage users to think differently about their journeys.
They provide users with additional mobility options and thereby make a small contribution to the energy transition.
Multimodal Compass, an original Latitude-Cartagène concept, shows users the journey times to different destinations from their current location using different modes of transport (walking, bicycle, public transport, etc.).
It provides a local perspective that allows anyone to adjust its output through their knowledge and by comparing the different journey times.
Active transport modes plan, on the other hand, presents the options for getting around on public transport, by bicycle and on foot, all shown via a single medium and at a regional scale.
It makes people more aware of alternative modes of transport and thereby encourages them to combine public transport with more active modes of transport.