New mobility concepts and traffic changes in an existing system are often complex and can affect the mobility offer in many ways. It is therefore essential to know the intended goals and to identify cause-and-effect relationships in a reliable manner as early as the planning phase.
The most economical project is not necessarily the one with the lowest cost, but the one with the best cost-benefit ratio. Equally, social participation or demand potential plays an important role. A new offer can be technologically up to date and at the same time cost-effective. However, even the best offer will not be successful if potential customers do not accept it.