Most major cities throughout the world face similar issues when it comes to mobility. Whether it be pollution levels, congested commuting networks, local or international CO2 emission objectives or increasingly active population levels, mobility has become a sector under intense scrutiny by national and international authorities.
Traditional commuting methods have clearly failed us, and as traffic and pollution are increasing, it has become Zify's objective to change the way people commute.
Mobility plans are a much needed solution in order to finally reduce CO2 emissions. That is the reason why carpooling companies decided to take over that market and mutate it.
Carpooling has a clear and direct impact on CO2 emissions resulting from the daily commutes of potentially billions of people around the world. Put simply, sharing a vehicle allows to divide the CO2 emission levels of vehicles by the number of passengers carpooling. As a final note, the potential of carpooling is exponential as many governments around the world are faced with having to tackle international CO2 emission reduction objectives.
The higher the objectives, the more carpooling becomes a needed alternative.
The CO2 emissions of a single vehicle can be divided by the number of passengers present throughout the carpool. Also, grouping four commuters together has the possible outcome of reducing the number of vehicles on roadways by four, and by doing so greatly divides the emissions levels of each commuter.
Zify has been a significant actor in the mobility since 2014, especially in India where it managed to reduce 6 million trips, which means a less congested traffic in huge Indian concentrated urban areas. It also helped to reduce CO2 emissions about 50,000 tons which means the country is in better shape than it was before carpooling exist.
Even cooler, Zify has helped to connect a bunch of new people in order to create unforgettable and unique journeys!