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The Radschnellweg (cycle highway) Ruhr on the city limits of Essen/Mülheim
Between Böblingen/Sindelfingen and Stuttgart
The first cycle highway in Baden-Württemberg was opened at the end of May 2019 by State Transport Minister Winfried Hermann. Between Böblingen/Sindelfingen and Stuttgart, cyclists can travel eight kilometres without stress and traffic jams. An extension of the connection is to be investigated.
15. June 2019 | News > Baden-Württemberg
Eröffnung Radschnellweg Egelsbach
Free travel on the first section between Frankfurt and Darmstadt
On 6 June 2019, Hesse's Minister of Transport, Tarek Al-Wazir, opened the first section of the Hessian cycle highway between Egelsbach railway station and Darmstadt-Wixhausen.
11. June 2019 | News > Hesse
Die Europa-Radbahn: Eine Einladung zum Radfahren
Cycle highway between Kleve (NRW) and Kranenburg to Nijmegen (Netherlands)
As one of the winners of the "Climate protection through cycling" competition, the 11-kilometer-long express cycle route received federal funding of 70 percent. The project was completed in only two and a half years, from the approval of the subsidies to the opening on 7 June 2019.
9. June 2019 | News > North Rhine-Westphalia, Netherlands
Bundesminister Scheuer auf dem Beifahrersitz eines Lkw
Subsidy increases to 10 million euros

Since a Europe-wide solution is still being worked out, the BMVI has been setting national incentives for a voluntary commitment since 2018 with the “Turn Assist Scheme”. The BMVI is now launching an additional support programme for the voluntary fitting or retrofitting of trucks and buses with turning assistance systems. The aim is to prevent serious accidents involving cyclists and...

6. June 2019 | News > Germany
Fahrradpiktogramm auf dem Asphalt
Survey of the Hessian Broadcasting

More cycle paths - even at the expense of lanes for cars? 73 percent of Hesse's population thinks this is a good idea, according to an Infratest study commissioned by Hessian Broadcasting. Even motorists are in favour of more space for cycling. Politicians are not surprised - they see it confirmed.

30. May 2019 | News > Hesse
Lastenfahrrad, Komodo, Pressetermin
Pilot project in Berlin: "KoMoDo"
The KoMoDo project started in June 2018. The results show that micro-deposits are a transferable solution for municipalities as a starting point for the delivery of goods by cargo bikes in order to make delivery traffic environmentally friendly. The delivery of cargo bikes from the Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg location will therefore be continued after the end of the project.
28. May 2019 | News > Berlin