We analyse, develop and explain mobility solutions.
When it comes to getting from one place to another, we all crave connectivity and convenience. We live in a time where mobility is being redefined, with emerging multimodal transportation systems such as car/ride-sharing shifting consumer preferences to vehicle access over ownership. Megatrends like hyperurbanization, globalization, cloud-based technological connectivity, convergence of public and private sectors, sustainability and environmental pressure are influencing our means of transport and are changing the way we move from one point to another.
By helping to breathe life into your mobility projects and concepts, Trafiko will contribute to shaping the future.
“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and starting on the first one.” (Mark Twain)
The way we work.
- We are looking for interdisciplinary projects, combining technology, business and communication.
- We orientate ourselves to the needs of our customers, only work out what is necessary.
- We really love what we do.
- We believe in better solutions with the „Design Thinking“ approach.
- We value language and visuals.
- We at Trafiko stand for a flexible and location-independent working culture. Therefore we have signed the Work Smart charter.
- Mobility project development and strategies for public institutions
- Second opinion on mobility projects
- Long distance buses (concepts and terminals)
- Sharing services for rural areas (concepts)
- Dynamic parking solutions
- Mobility as a service (offering mobility solutions to property complexes)
- Communication and participation in mobility projects
- Leading the office / creating the opportunity to enter the swiss market for foreign mobility companies
- Think tank for mobility
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Trafiko AG was founded 2016 by Roman Steffen, Kasimir Stadler and Christoph Zurflüh to cater for new mobility solutions.
Roman Steffen (1977) has been responsible for the long-term planning of public transport in the canton of Lucerne at Verkehrsverbund Luzern. He initiated the RBus system and set accents in mobility management and innovation. In rail planning, he developed concepts and was in close contact with all levels of government and transport companies. After receiving his master’s degree in civil engineering (specializing in traffic) at the ETH Zurich, Roman worked for the engineering firms Rapp Trans AG, Margadant AG and the municipal transport company BERNMOBIL. In the latter he played a key role in the introduction of the Bern West tram line. The momentum from this experience recently helped Roman foster an association with CAS Change & Innovation Management at the HSG in St.Gallen.
Kasimir Stadler (1979) has studied economics at the University of Bern focusing on finance and tourism. He started his professional career at the auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. In his last position as CFO of Sateco, a major worldwide automotive supplier, Kasimir gained vast knowledge of the automotive industry. Previously, he worked in the same professional position at Startup Optixx AG, which provided extensive corporate managerial experience in an entrepreneurial environment. He is currently collecting inputs from CAS Mobility of the Future – New Business Models at ETH Zurich.
Christoph Zurflüh (1986) was responsible for external communication at the Verkehrsverbund Luzern for five years, including a role as their media spokesman. In addition, Christoph headed various projects such as the Verkehrsverbund Luzern campaign «Every day is a public transport day», and developed the öV-LIVE brand for passenger information. He gained further experience in communication as a moderator and editor at radio stations in Lucerne and Winterthur. Christoph holds a CAS in Corporate Communications and a Bachelor’s degree in transportation systems from the ZHAW. In addition he is a trained surveyor, having worked at the engineering office Emch + Berger WSB AG, as well as the Transport and Infrastructure Department of the Canton of Lucerne.