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Employers urged to mix it up on work trips


New research from Enterprise Rent-A-Car has found that nearly half of employees (42%) would like to use a mix of transport on business trips.

The research found that 37% make multi-modal trips in their private lives, but only 18% do so for work.

However, 64% of those surveyed said their companies don’t encourage multi-modal travel, with 87% still relying on their personal cars for work trips. Employees favour a mix of transport because they believe they are less expensive (33%), faster (27%), more relaxing (22%), and better for the environment (20%).

Head of Mobility Solutions for UK & Ireland Oz Choudhri said, “Companies may be missing out on opportunities to reduce costs, risk and environmental impact while improving employee retention by giving more flexible, accessible and affordable mobility options.”

He added, “This new research highlights that there is now a great opportunity for the establishment and growth of the shared mobility ecosystem. This could result in the creation of even more multi-modal mobility hubs, where workers are able to pick up a car when and where they need one, whilst using other modes of transport as part of the same trip.”

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