Wokenrol is certainly one of the most ecological products at this time.

When you known that 80% of urban displacements with car are less than one km and with the corresponding rejection of 100 g of CO2 at least, you understand easily why.
Worse, public transport does not offer any alternative of these small displacements. They rarely run at the good places, the departure or the destination.

By dividing the walking itinary time by three, Wokenrol allows to ensure these small urban displacements.
Better, it ensures the "intermodality" with the subway or the bus. It also makes it possible to be parked in a carpark apart from the centre town and to reach it in five minutes.

In each one of these cases of figure, it is 100 g of CO2 saved.

But I do not use ecology as advertising argument. L' ecology is not a saleswoman. In fact, Wokenrol and other solutions of soft mobility are developing by the constraint.
The example of Paris is significant: A 40% restriction plan of traffic is running for the ten years to come.
With 2.300.000 cars per day currently, it is approximately 900.000 motorists who will find themselves on foot.

Wokenrol has some beautiful days to live.