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Pilotversuch Velostraßen Schweiz
Velostraßen (bicycle boulevards / bike paths)
Pilot tests on bicycle boulevards / bike paths were carried out in various Swiss cities. The focus was on the fact that the bicycle boulevards / bike paths were allowed to precede the intersecting neighbourhood streets, thus enabling cyclists to travel quickly and safely. There were no indications...
2. March 2019 | Nachrichten > Switzerland
Wirkungskontrolle Radverkehrsförderung in Baden-Württemberg - 2015/2016
Impact study for Baden-Württemberg shows postive effects
The findings of the first impact study on cycling promotion in Baden-Württemberg show positive effects and its success.
27. November 2016 | Nachrichten > Baden-Württemberg
German Insurers Accident Research (UDV)
The German Insurers Accident Research (UDV carried out a research project on the traffic safety of both infrastructure elements. In addition to a nationwide online survey, comprehensive accident analyses, behavioral observations and surveys of road users were conducted out and design...
23. September 2016 | Nachrichten > Germany
New town square, Brühl, Rhineland
Shared Space

Based on a German countrywide city-survey, as well as on literature investigation, a total of 17 "Shared Space" case-studies (of which three from Switzerland) were selected for detailed investigation. Further analyzes comprise traffic counts, speed measurements, and video recordings over a...

23. November 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
Germany: pedelec cyclehighway Göttingen: Comfort bike route with width of 4 m.
The official opening of the first e-cycle superhighway in Germany took place on the 2nd of October in Göttingen.
4. October 2015 | Nachrichten > Lower Saxony
European Transport Safety Council
In the last ten years, deaths among pedestrians and cyclists fell by 41% and 37% respectively, while vehicle occupant deaths fell by 53%. The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) published a report with recommendations for the safety-improvement of unprotected road-users.
4. June 2015 | Nachrichten > European Union
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
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
Deutsches Mobilitätspanel (MOP) - Bericht 2013/14: Alltagsmobilität und Fahrleistung
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
Cycling in winter: Cycle lane cleared of snow
The Netherlands
The heated cycle path, which was putted into operation in February 2014 and which will be tested until 2016, successfully melted first snowfalls. The 50 meter test section consists of heatable concrete slabs. The heating is provided in an absolutely climate-neutral way, through heat accumulators...
4. January 2015 | Nachrichten > Netherlands

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