“There are no transport system, where many little pay, instead of letting a few pay much” employs Bert Neckermann by Taxmobil this question since the 1980s. Initially, his idea was ridiculed, but the implementation is a very specific situation: 48 euros per month a door-to door mobility! Taxmobil is the logical further development of a traffic situation, which no longer meets today’s time. Reason: The economic and social development of the past 50 years has resulted in particular in the industrialized nations a considerable increase in the need for mobility in the population. In the past, this was satisfied mainly by a strong increase of individual transport. The burden of cities and regions by road traffic is no longer acceptable today in economic as well as ecological and social point of view”, says the Director of the Swiss Taxmobil AG, Bert Neckermann. Taxmobil joins the therefore in principle Call the Federal Government, which requires a powerful and attractive public transport to meet the current and future mobility needs in towns and cities but also throughout Germany.
With the previous system this is but no longer to fulfil”, explains the Taxmobil boss. This is probably one of the reasons why there are quite close connections to public service providers in the transportation. One of the cooperation partners of Taxmobil is the Innovation Centre for mobility and social Wandel GmbH (InnoZ) namely. The InnoZ is a cooperation company of Deutsche Bahn AG, T-Systems Enterprise Services GmbH, the Science Center Berlin for Social Research GmbH and of the German Center for air and space e. V. and edited the complex interactions at the interface of mobility and social change. What ideas and potentials into the Taxmobil concept and why politicians and corporations behind Taxmobil are now, shows that Entrepreneur profile with Bert Neckermann, which was published on the platform of the wmd-Brookerchannel. Interesting information for those who want to purchase shares of the Taxmobil now at a favorable rate. This after previous economic history should be barely affordable, already in a few years.