According to the survey, as many as 13 percent of all respondents have consciously decided not to own a car in order to make their mobility sustainable and climate-friendly. There are major differences between urban and rural areas: in large cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants, 21 percent...
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Survey by the TÜV Association
22. June 2021 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
CycleDataHub, Snuffelfiets, SmartHelm
Within the framework of the EU-funded project BITS - Bicycles and Intelligent Transport Systems, the student project group Bicycle Data of the University of Oldenburg and other European actors presented the state of research, in connection with this among others the projects "SmartHelm", "Sniffer-...
16. May 2021 | Nachrichten > Deutschland, Europa / EU
The trend towards climate-friendly mobility in Vienna continues. In 2020, cycling increased by twelve percent compared to the year before
22. January 2021 | Nachrichten > Oesterreich
Corona Year 2020
The corona crisis had a significant impact on mobility behaviour in 2020. Travel restrictions, short-time work and lockdowns resulted in people moving more close to home.
30. December 2020 | Nachrichten > Baden-Württemberg
Most benefit for cycling and walking
Almost one in three people changed their mobility behavior during the corona pandemic. This is the result of a survey by the German Energy Agency (dena). Cycling and walking have benefited the most in percentage terms, with 37 percent and 35 percent of respondents, respectively, saying they cycle...
22. December 2020 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
CITY CYCLING provides data for digital MOVEBIS maps
The world's largest cycling campaign, CITY CYCLING with now more than half a million participants, provided the data basis for the MOVEBIS research project, which has now published a variety of data relevant to planning in digital traffic maps.
18. December 2020 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
VCÖ survey on mobility in the corona pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to strong changes in mobility in Austria, also among commuters, as a representative survey by TQS research & consulting on behalf of the VCÖ shows. Walking has recorded the strongest increase, ahead of cycling.
27. November 2020 | Nachrichten > Oesterreich
Mobility Monitor 2020
In the year of the corona crisis, bicycles are the main beneficiaries. The proportion of the population that uses a bicycle every day has risen from 17 to 22 percent compared with 2019. This is shown by the Mobility Monitor 2020, a survey undertaken by the Allensbach Institute for Public Opinion...
22. October 2020 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
MOBICOR study on mobility in Baden-Württemberg during corona lockdown
Results of the MOBICOR study show that in Baden-Württemberg, walking traffic saw an increase of 73% compared to MiD 2017. 20 million bicycle kilometres travelled every day means an increase of 33%. Walking and cycling now have a share of 11% in the transport performance modal split.
24. August 2020 | Nachrichten > Baden-Württemberg
Mobility in Hesse in Lockdown
Initial results of a WZB study show that the share of cycling in Hesse fell slightly from 10 to 8 percent, but the average trip length grew to 6.9 kilometers. Bicycle use for leisure increased particularly strongly: 45 percent of bicycle trips were assigned to this purpose - five times more than in...
3. August 2020 | Nachrichten > Hessen