# Cavallotto Edoardo Bergese Giacomo Bounous Andrea Gallea Luca Martinasso Matteo Trivero Emanuele.

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Cavallotto Edoardo Bergese Giacomo Bounous Andrea Gallea Luca Martinasso Matteo Trivero Emanuele

Target Group Our target group is the employers that work in FIAT and in the industries that operate with the last one. The problems related with this target group is the traffic congestion that every day is created by the worker in the Mirafiori zone. WORKER TRANSPORT CONGESTION

Target Group The data that weve collected from our questionary(about 400 people) indicate that lot of people that work and live inside Turin, particularly in Mirafiori, travel by car or by bus from their home to their work place. This diagram was made with the data collected.

Problem Identification More than 50% of people use a Private Car for travelling, 10% make use of Public transport and 25% go on foot. This inequality of mobility cause, in the peak hours, a important problem of traffic congestion and an increment of the rate of air pollution.

Problem Solving We tried to design a solution that can resolve principally the congestion problem, going against city and suburban drivers, through the creation of park sharing points with a collaboration of GTT, public transport service of Turin.

Problem Solving This project expect the creation of rest zones where the driver can leave his car, in total safety, and there he has the opportunity to make use of a bus line that move from this parking zone to the industrial area. In addition to this he can find in this parking zone some useful service all at his fingertips like Bike-Sharing, newsstand and a cafè.

Problem Solving The most suitable areas are the FIAT sheds near the Cittadella della mobilità, near Corso Orbassano and the field between bypass road of Mirafiori Sud and Corso Unione Sovietica.

Result On the base of Mobility Diagram we can say that if every car were filled in the parking would be a decrease in the air of:

Problem Solving TECHNICAL DATA The probable dimension of a car park are 1500 m 2. A car park generally have an area of 7,56 m 2, so a building of 1500 m 2 can hold 180 cars. We imagine a car park of 3-4 floors that can have 540-720 places. For the price of the ticket we have to talk with the agency that contribute with the project.

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