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28. August 2017 | Schwerpunktthema >
Free bicycle carriage in Baden-Württemberg from May 2017
From April 30, 2017, passengers traveling on public transport off peak hours on working days before 6 am and after 9 am, as well as on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays all day will be able to carry a bicycle free of charge.
6. October 2016 | Nachrichten > Baden-Württemberg
On September 14, 2016, the new high-speed train "ICE 4" by Deutsche Bahn AG was presented in Berlin. The train will be used in long-distance traffic from 2017 onwards and has a bicycle compartment for the first time. There are 830 seats in total and storage space for 8 bicycles.
15. September 2016 | Nachrichten > Germany
On 19th November 2015 a new double-deck train of the Deutsche Bahn AG (German Railways) was inaugurated. The future intercity network shall include about 190 direct links from different regions to the 50 largest German cities. The trains have 462 seats. Nine bicycle transport facilities were...
20. November 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
Those who are taking their bike into trains, wheelchair users and people with baby carriage know about the difficulties of train journeys. Meanwhile at least than three quarters of all 5484 train stations in Germany are accessible without steps.
5. August 2015 | Nachrichten > Germany
Bikes on public buses within the Higher Elbe Transport Association (VVO)
In 2014, 17% the VVO buses carried 17% more bikes than the year before. The buses equipped with a bike trailer are in operation since 2007, each year between Easter and the end of October, at weekends and public holidays. They run through the 'Saxon Switzerland', around the Elbe river as well as...
25. April 2015 | Nachrichten > Saxony
The city of Düsseldorf realizes a further element of its cycling promotion activities: After evaluating the pilot phase and finishing the planning process, 124 bicycle lockers will be installed and put into operation at six locations within the urban area.
29. October 2014 | Nachrichten > North Rhine-Westphalia
Kasai railway station in Tokyo provides parking lots for 6480 bicycles. Some smaller high-technology parking facilities, providing parking lots for some 1000 bicycles, all over Japan
9. November 2009 | Nachrichten > Japan
Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis today launched a major £14m package to transform facilities for cyclists at rail stations and encourage healthier, greener travel.
28. September 2009 | Nachrichten > UK
Testprojekt zur Fahrradmitnahme in Bussen beginnt im Herbst 2008 / Pilot project for cycles on buses starts in fall 2008
24. July 2008 | Nachrichten > Belgium