Mobility is a human ride

While many people take their ability to move around freely for granted, there are millions around the globe who are not able to exercise this basic right.

For over four decades, we as PTV - part of Umovity -  break down barriers, unleash mobility, and pave the way for equal opportunities.

Therefore, human-centricity is a fundamental aspect for us when creating new mobility software solutions or realizing projects with our partners and customers.

To emphasize the crucial role of human-centricity and public transport in guaranteeing mobility and accessibility, we have launched the campaign “#mobilityisahumanride”. Through this campaign, we aim to raise awareness and educate the public about the importance of creating a more equitable and accessible world for all.

Join the human-ride

We want to understand and show the the diversity of people in mobility, with all their individual needs and motivation. Therefore, we ask you to take part in our campaign and show us, what is important for you with respect to your mobility planning and why mobility should be a human ride for all.


  • Step1: Take a picture of yourself, e.g. in front of a sustainable mode of transport with a cardboard or a piece of paper that shows the slogan: Mobility is a Human Ride.
  • Step 2: Share it on your preferred channel such as LinkedIn, Instagram or Twitter
  • Step 3: Add the campaign hashtag #mobilityisahumanride to it and tag @Umovity.

By supporting this campaign, you help us to raise awareness for human-centered mobility and underline the diversity of people and needs that need to be taken into account.


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