Sustainable urban mobility

A meeting point of sustainable services

Saba is faced with an explosion of a new mobility ecosystem. In this scenario, the company is working to convert car parks into mobility service hubs for people and goods, especially for the so-called last mile logistics. Facilities converted into a mobility meeting point, but especially a dynamic connected space in which new uses are concentrated beyond what has traditionally been the car park sector.

The changes in people’s mobility habits generate new needs, favoured both by the emergence of new technologies and by the use of personal micro-mobility means and assets, the significant growth in electric mobility, the expansion of carsharing or intermodality, among others.

In recent years, Saba has also observed how e-commerce notched up growth of 20% each year, hoisted by the pandemic, with an increased goods mobility, which is unsustainable due to its impact on road congestion and the environment.

These two currents, the explosion of new mobility and the pressure generated in big cities due to the distribution of e-commerce obliged Saba to take an active role with a clearly sustainable orientation that promotes the decarbonisation of vehicles and the promotion of electric cars. A scenario in which the pandemic has played a decisive role in defining the use of public space: it is necessary to free the streets of vehicles that are not moving and thereby promote more efficient mobility.

Saba proposed to be part of the solution to the current needs of cities and their inhabitants. Because its parking spaces are intermodal hubs, in which customers can leave their private vehicle to opt for public transport, shared or unipersonal mobility; an environment in which to securely store your vehicle, freeing space for citizens in public areas normally occupied by parking; hubs that act as small warehouses to distribute the last mile on a sustainable basis; the place to recharge electric vehicles and now, the showroom in which to find any shared mobility service.

Saba has proposed to be part of the solution to the current needs of cities and their inhabitants


Electric vehicles

‐ Over 500 recharging points in Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Italy and Chile.

‐ Products for subscribers and rotation customers (Individuals and fleets).

Sharing and rent a car services

‐ All sector schemes (>2,750 spaces).

‐ Present in most countries in which Saba is established.

Last Mile Logistics

‐ Sustainable scalable scheme taking advantage of strategic locations.

‐ Geever model: 9 minihubs at Saba car parks in 2021.

Lockers e-commerce

‐ Deployed in Spain, Italy, Portugal and the United Kingdom

‐ Around 120 lockers: agreements with the main companies in the sector.


Entrance, exit and electronic paymen

‐ Reading of registration plates at over 60 car parks in Spain.

‐ QR


Web and e-commerce App

- Increased product range (includes sale of 100% digital vouchers).

- Launch new App with new functions and renewed design.


‐ Scope 100% of car park

‐ Allows the deployment of value-added products and services.

Remote management

‐ Allows a quality service on an uninterrupted basis.

‐ Over 400 connected car parks from four countries.