The report 'Towards New Urban Mobility: The case of London and Berlin' provides insight into how urban transport policy can better leverage new and emerging mobility choices in cities.
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24. September 2015 | Nachrichten > Berlin, UK
Driver assistance system for right-turning
Currently, it is assumed that a driver assistance system that passes the test setup will have a very positive impact on accident figures between right-turning trucks and bikes.
15. September 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
The future of cycle traffic
The intention of the German Insurers Accident Research study was to determine if these recent development influence the amount of cycling accidents and which measures should be taken to increase cycle safety.
2. June 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
ECF Cycling Barometer 2015
The European Cyclists Federation (ECF) has published its second Cycling Barometer this May. The groundbreaking new benchmark report was launched for the first time in 2013 and it provided a multi-dimensional view on cycling in all 27 EU countries.
1. June 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany, European Union
Cycle track with solar panels
The test route in Krommenie (province North-Holland) opened in October 2014, and consists of concrete modules of 2.5 by 3.5 meters with solar cells. It is expected to get more than 70 kWh per square meter per year.
12. May 2015 | Nachrichten > Netherlands
Use of Bicycles in Germany
The insurance CosmosDirekt together with the opinion research institute forsa investigated bicycle use in Germany. According to the study, 67 percent of all adults in Germany cycles regularily. Tours and other acitivities are on top (78 percent), followed by quick errands (42 percent).
6. May 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
Ecological awareness 2014
A recent study on ecological awareness, conducted by the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) indicates, that more than 80% of the participants wish to reshape cities and municipalities towards more walking, cycling and public transport and less car traffic.
30. March 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
German Mobility Panel
The trend of using environment-friendly modes of transport continues. That is shown by an actual analysis of the German Mobility Panel (MOP) data on the Germans' everyday mobility. In 2013, the average German cycled 1.6 kilometres, needing 6.6 minutes for that distance.
14. March 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
Cost calculation for municipalities
Car traffic needs much higher public subsidies than cycling. That is indicated by the findings of a research project, conducted by the University of Kassel. For the first time, a research group has developed an exact method for calculating the municipal costs, caused by different modes of transport...
17. February 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
Together with the cities of Bremen and Stuttgart, the German Öko-Institut, an institute for applied ecology, analysed the environmental effects of those measures, which are planned from today till 2025 resp. 2030. Additionally, climate protection scenarios were expanded by adding further ideas for...
11. December 2014 | Nachrichten > Baden-Württemberg, Bremen, Germany