Work hubs - location considerations and opportunities for reduced travel
|Johannsen, Vivian Kvist
|Cities worldwide are suffering from congestion among public transport users and motorists. Mayors have set ambitious targets to reduce traffic and improve public transportation, while at the same time reducing energy use. This paper investigates the option of using flexible workplaces in local nodes within urban regions in order to transform transportation needs. The business characteristics of this type of flexible workplace and the driving forces and potential barriers in its establishment are examined in an interview study with existing hub owners. The results provide novel information on emerging technologies related to urban transportation solutions and highlight how ICT solutions can affect the accessibility and relevance of flexible workplaces and thereby support their energy reduction potential.
|EnviroInfo & ICT4S, Conference Proceedings
|Work hubs - location considerations and opportunities for reduced travel
|Amsterdam - Beijing - Paris