Toyota’s Harmonious Mobility Network, or Ha:mo, is a “community network for optimal use of cars and other personal vehicles in combination with” buses, trams, trains or any other means of public transportation.
It aims to offer users an alternative of moving around small distances in town, distances they would have had to either hail a cab for or just walk.
Ha:mo as a whole includes the way the different transportation systems interact, but another component called Ha:mo RIDE which uses small two-seater EVs to meet your low distance mobility needs. Projects like this are a positive development as in their ideal form they could relieve traffic congestion and help clean up big cities around the world.
Toyota released a short animated video detailing what the Ha:mo program implies, what its components are and what promises it holds for the future.