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People’s health and travel behaviour in the Netherlands
The relationship between people’s health and travel behaviour in the Netherlands was examined. The focus was not only on the health differences between people with varying travel behaviour. The physical activity people derive from their daily mobility was also examined.
23. September 2019 | Nachrichten > Netherlands
Studie "Präferenzen und Einstellungen zu vieldiskutierten verkehrspolitischen Maßnahmen: Ergebnisse einer Erhebung aus dem Jahr 2018"
Survey on transport policy

According to an RWI/WZB study, a majority is in favor of a redistribution of public space in favor of bicycles and public transport, even at the expense of parking spaces and lanes for car traffic. However, only a minority is in favor of higher parking fees and completely car-free city centers...

25. August 2019 | Nachrichten > Germany
Analysen zum Radverkehr und Fußverkehr
Mobility in Germany (MiD) 2017
The central report was published at the end of 2018. Now the 84-page special report "Analyses of cycling and pedestrian traffic" is published and contains 60 pages on all facets of cycling in 2017 (compared with 2002 and earlier). The analysis reports, among other things, that the distances and...
23. May 2019 | Nachrichten > Germany
ADFC-Filmprojekt "Mit 7 Sinnen Radfahren" Anlagen
Traffic rules and communication in traffic

The film project is intended to reduce language barriers and provide information on traffic rules in Germany. The focus is on the integration and consideration of all people in road traffic. The films are translated into English, French, Spanish, Arabic and Turkish and subtitled.

16. December 2018 | Nachrichten > Germany, Worldwide
Logo der Erhebung Mobilität in Deutschland (MiD)
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 | Nachrichten > Germany
Innerstädtischer Zweirichtungsradweg
Analyses on behalf of the Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen BASt (Federal Highway Research Institute) shows the necessity for a deeper knowledge on typical visual and acoustical perception processes of cyclists.
28. December 2016 | Nachrichten > Germany
Homepage of the conference "More cycling - but safe!"
Presentation of new findings on cycling safety
On September 21, 2016, more than 200 experts from all over Germany got together to exchange knowledge on the subject of "More cycling - but safe!" at the Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) in Berlin. Conclusion: Safety improvements for cycling require the joint action...
28. September 2016 | Nachrichten > Berlin
Cycling on the Extensive and Intensive Margin – The Role of Paths and Prices
RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
A current RWI study, which is based on about 16,300 observations on the mobility behavior of German households for the years 1999 to 2013, has shown that an increase in fuel prices by one euro would increase the use of bicycles in urban households by 14.4 percentage points.
6. August 2016 | Nachrichten > Germany
Titelblatt der Studie Safety in Numbers - uncovering the mechanisms of interplay in urban transport
Study on Safety in Numbers effect

The study by the Norwegian Centre for Transport Research shows that the risk for each cyclist of being involved in a conflict with car driver is highest during seasons with low cycling traffic.

20. June 2016 | Nachrichten > Denmark, Norway, Sweden
Unfallrisiken beim Rad fahren

The increase in road safety was not matched by similar cycling safety gains in Germany in recent years. Accidents involving cyclists are still part and parcel of the transport system. In general, key factors are the behaviour of road users, the infrastructure, and the technology (of both bikes...

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