Social Acceptance of Alternative Mobility Systems in Tunis
The Tunisian capital Tunis faces major traffic challenges. Traffic jams and pollution affect the environment, mobility, life quality and health of its inhabitants negatively. As a developing country, Tunisia is expected to grow economically in the next decades. Conventionally, economic growth is accompanied by an increase in pollution. This article aims at suggesting mobility solutions that contribute to less pollution to circumvent the growth/pollution effect, and to improve people's mobility. We suggest an inter-suburb E-Minibus system. To evaluate the chances of successful implementation of this solution, social acceptance of innovative forms of mobility and the E-Minibus system are analysed.