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Mobility in Germany (MiD) 2017
The first results of the mobility study “Mobility in Germany (MiD)” shows, that the share of cycling has risen nationwide to 11 percent. In large towns, cycling has increased to an average of 15 percent. Overall, the car loses shares to other modes of transport
2. July 2018 | News > Germany
Combined Life and Science Building; Lightrail; MAX station; Mayer Reed; Orange Line; Tilikum Crossing Bridge of the People; ZGF; south waterfront
Opening in Frankfurt a. M.

Exhibition at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum, April 21 - September 2, 2018

22. April 2018 | News > Hesse
Titel der UDV-Studie "Aufhebung der Benutzungspflicht von Radwegen"
German Insurers Accident Research (UDV)
The general obligation of cycle path usage alone shows no effects on cycling behaviour and the safety of cycling lanes. Since there ‘s no relevant shifting oft the usage, no relevant new conflicts or accidents emerge. Nevertheless, problems which existed before the obligation still exist after the obligation’s suspension.
21. April 2018 | News > Germany
Radweg Deutsche Einheit - Radstätte in Bernburg
"German Unity Cycle Route" (Radweg Deutsche Einheit)

Bernburg an der Saale (Saxony-Anhalt) realized the first service and information area along the new German Unity Cycle Route (Radweg Deutsche Einheit).

17. April 2018 | News > Germany
Vienna - Finalist EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2017
European Mobility Week Award

The European Mobility Week Award is awarded for special achievements in promoting environmentally friendly mobility. Vienna impressed, among other activities, with its Streetlife Festival, its promotion of cargo bikes with the initiative “Grätzlrad” and its new infrastructure at the “Getreidemarkt”.

27. March 2018 | News > European Union, Austria
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German Bicycle Market 2017
In 2017, 720,000 e-bikes were sold in Germany. This is a plus of 19 percent compared to 2016. In total, 2017 3.85 million bicycles and e-bikes were sold. The total turnover of Germany’s bicycle, parts and components industry was around 5.4 billion Euros. The average selling price for bicycles (incl. e-bikes) rosed at 698 euros.
13. March 2018 | News > Germany