"Klaxit is the result of the Agglo's political will to promote new modes of travel for home-to-work journeys"
As part of its Climate Plan and the consultation carried out with companies in the field of mobility, the Agglomeration Community is developing carpooling for home-work journeys, in order to limit the flows generated by solo drivers and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
In the current context of rising fuel prices, tensions over purchasing power and labor shortages in many sectors of activity, the impulses given by the Agglo to facilitate and promote carpooling, in partnership with the employers of the territory, constitute an added value for the purchasing power of households and the development of employment.
To support us in this initiative, we have chosen a service provider that is a reference in short-distance carpooling, the company Klaxit.
To benefit from this new system, workers and inhabitants of the Agglomeration Community are invited to register now on the mobile application of Klaxit which will connect passengers and drivers.
This digital tool is based on the identification of recognized pick-up and drop-off points in the territory.
This app allows passengers to choose their schedules, but it is the driver who chooses the points where he agrees to stop, in order to minimize detours on his journey.
Only carpooling trips made on the Klaxit application with, for origin or destination, one of the municipalities of the Agglo, will benefit from a financial incentive from the Agglo. This is entirely managed by the Klaxit application.
This help is as follows:
• for the passenger: free
• for the driver: €2 per passenger per trip between 2 and 20 km; €0,10 per additional km per passenger for a journey between 21 and 40 km, and €4 per passenger for a journey of 40 km or more
• 3 passengers maximum per trip
• 4 journeys maximum per day
Since January 1, 2023, any driver who has not yet benefited from a CEE bonus receives €25 from Klaxit for making his first carpooling trip. He will then receive an additional €75 if he makes 9 other journeys within 3 months, to reach the total bonus of €100.
This is the first carpooling car park created by the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community as part of its sustainable mobility policy. It was put into service in 2017. It has 24 places, a space dedicated to people with reduced mobility and a motorcycle parking lot.
Its location near the Hambach motorway interchange allows easy access to the motorway towards Strasbourg and Metz, provides direct access to the expressway towards Forbach or Sarrebrück, as well as immediate proximity to the Europole 2 economic activity zone.
The car park is lighted and secure.