Danone moved it’s Global HQ with 1800 employees from WTC Schiphol to Hoofddorp, Beukenhorst-Zuid. They moved into a brand new state of the art office campus. ‍ The new location has 180 parking spots, while the previous place had over 350 spots. The cost of the new indoor parking facility and the upkeep are also significantly higher, having insight and control over the parking demand is crucial. ‍ The situation asked for a radically new and sustainable approach towards mobility and a behavioral change of employees. There was an urgent need to find new ways to restructure the parking facilities and policies, enable real-time insight into parking behavior, and keep up with the rising demand.

Phase 1

Introduce a new reality and solve urgent issues. We identified the core of the problem and launched an integrated solution which forms the foundation for a new mobility approach.


Start a ride-sharing pilot.


Implementation of the Toogethr Smartbox and introduce parking management.


Enable Danone employees to commute from station to parkinglot.

Next phases

Empower the full community

We will expand to multiple locations adding additional services (i.e., Parking Hubs pool).

We will be the mobility player for Danone and leverage their community to reduce its overall parking and mobility issues.

To achieve this, the introduction of alternative modes of mobility will be launched, such as parking hubs & micro-mobility solutions.