The Mobility Management function definesat Group levelstrategiesand guidelinesregardingsustainable mobility.
The Group Mobility Manager is supported by 10 Mobility Territorial Delegates working to monitor the demand for mobility and to spread culture and initiatives promoted by the Group.
Furthermore, with the aim of reducing the environmental impact, the Mobility analysis is carried out on a regular basis, which allows constant monitoring and consequent action on emissions produced by type of carrier (train, plane, corporate fleet and personal car used for business trips).
HOME-WORK COMMUTING PLANS
Since 2009, the Group's Mobility Manager has been drawing up the Home-Work Commuting Plans on an annual basis, by mapping needs, listening to colleagues and using their active participation.
In delivering the reports to the local authorities of the 11 cities involved (Bologna, Firenze, Milano, Moncalieri, Napoli, Parma, Roma, Sarmeola di Rubano (PD), Torino, Torri di Quartesolo (VI), Venezia), the Bank commits itself to transforming into concrete action the information gathered from listening to colleagues, aiming at improving mobility for the environment, for our cities, for ourselves and for future generations.
Every year through the Home-Work Commuting Plans the results achieved are compared with the goals previously set and actions to be promoted during the following year are appropriately drawn up. The most significant actions carried out in 2015 regarded the following:
the possibility, in cities where an agreement is signed (Florence, Milan, Naples, Padua, Roma, Turin and Venice), to purchase by instalments an annual season-ticket for public transport, extended to Trenord Milano
the signing, thanks to the synergy with the Associazione Lavoratori di Intesa Sanpaolo (Association of the Intesa Sanpaolo employees), of the agreement with the car sharing and bike sharing service where available, that integrates the "Bicinbanca" service, launched in 2008 when the public bike sharing systems were not as widespread as today. The project has expanded also beyond national borders and has involved some of the Group’s International Subsidiary Banks: Banka Koper in Slovenia, CIB in Hungary, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania and the product company ISP Card (Croatia and Slovenia) .
monitoring the business shuttle service use, a fundamental tool to keep track of the data related to its actual use and to evaluate, as a result, initiatives to promote it or, otherwise, to review routes and timetables
the constant supervision of the data relating to the reporting model of the indicators of environmental sustainability concerning Corporate Mobility in Italy and abroad
the launch of a first phase for a preliminary feasibility study on the road safety management system in accordance with ISO Standard 39001 - Road Traffic Safety Management System.
ON-LINE SERVICES AND INFORMATION
Through the dedicated section available on the corporate intranet and the Mobility Office Portal, as of 2010 the Intesa Sanpaolo employees can access, directly from their workstation, information and services on sustainable mobility, such as public transport season-tickets, bike sharing and car sharing also for personal travel.
Finally, more widespread use is being made of remote communication systems which the Banks makes available to employees to limit travelling needs.