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The promotion of cycling is a fundamental building block for establishing sustainable mobility systems, livable cities and regions. Emerging technologies and a growing need for information have led to an increased demand for cycling data.

31. August 2020 | Termine und Ausschreibungen > Austria
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Representative Survey
41 percent of those surveyed intend to use the bicycle more frequently in the future. This is shown by the representative population survey "Cycling Monitor 2019", which is commissioned every two years by the Federal Ministry of Transport. 44 percent of people in Germany regularly use a bicycle.
9. October 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
People walking and cycling in a pedestrian zone
More detours or change to other means of transport

The researchers Stefan Gössling, Andreas Humpe, Todd Litman, and Daniel Metzler quantified the known effects with the study "Effects of perceived traffic risks, noise, and exhaust smells on the behavior of cyclists: an economic evaluation".

24. March 2019 | Nachrichten > Germany, Norway, Austria, Sweden, Worldwide
Dresden bei Nacht
Most dynamically growing mode of transport
In 2018, almost 60 percent more cyclists were counted on the Elbe bridges than in 2009. In 2009, 22,428 cyclists were registered on Dresden's inner-city bridges between six and eight o'clock on the day of the count, compared with 35,694 cyclists in 14 hours in 2018.
24. January 2019 | Nachrichten > Saxony
Auswertung der automatischen Dauerzählstellen für den Radverkehr
Bicycle counters
In 2018, cycle traffic at the bicycle counters in the Austrian capital increased by six percent. All counting points recorded an increase. Last year, more than one million cyclists were counted at three of the automatic continuous counting points.
15. January 2019 | Nachrichten > Austria
Studie "I want to ride my bicycle" 2018
It’s not only the infrastructure
The Gesellschaft für Innovative Marktforschung (GIM) identified five distinct types of cyclists in terms of their attitude and behaviour. The authors give recommendations on how these groups can be introduced to everyday cycling.
24. September 2018 | Nachrichten > Germany
Umfrage Deutscher Mobilitätspreis 2018 - Aktive Mobilität
Survey German Mobility Award 2018
According to a survey conducted by forsa as part of the German Mobility Award 2018, 62 percent of citizens consider their own car to be part of their lives. More than 80 percent of those surveyed support the expansion of cycle paths and footpaths. Young people in particular can imagine the use of...
25. July 2018 | Nachrichten > Germany
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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 | Nachrichten > Germany
ADAC Monitor "Mobil in der Stadt" 2017
ADAC monitor „Beeing mobile in the city“ 2017
The new ADAC monitor “Beeing mobile in the city” shows, how contented inhabitants, commuters and visitors of the 15 biggest cities in Germany are with their personal mobility. There are not only differences between the cities, but also between the different road users: Car drivers, users of public...
4. December 2017 | Nachrichten > Germany

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