Cycling & walking have a positive impact on health. Active mobility has a beneficial effect on obesity, cardiovascular disease, depression, and other conditions. The bike provides accessibility to virtually everyone regardless of origin, age, and income.
The bike is a democratic means of mobility. It provides an inexpensive solution to combat poverty in mobility and preserve access to economic centres. More sustainable mobility equates to fewer moving and parked cars, and more space for economic activity.
Technological Innovation in mobility will create the opportunity to export products and ideas. Active mobility promotes social participation and is an inexpensive solution to combat poverty in mobility.
We use sophisticated modelling techniques to develop a long term program of built environment changes designed to increase active mobility. We look not only at street design but also to land use and density.
We have experience in deploying people and traffic sensors to track people walking and cycling and also the speed and volume of motor traffic. We can integrate information on level of service into GIS applications.
We design and implement bikeshare systems, using an app based rental system and bluetooth locking systems to achieve flexibility and low deployment cost.
We have experience designing and operating behavior change marketing programs. This work can be integrated with digital data collection to enable real time travel planning.
We're a team of built environment and technology professionals who've come together as a community interest company, Chew Green C.I.C. We invest in creating services and products which enable new technology to improve people's lives and reduce their impact on the environment.