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Mobilitätsverhalten seit Covid-19
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
Der Wettbewerb "Stadtradeln" mit inzwischen über einer halben Million Teilnehmenden lieferte die Datengrundlage für das Forschungsprojekt MOVEBIS
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
Rahmenbedingungen und verfügbare Datengrundlagen zu Radverkehrsinfrastrukturen und Unfallgeschehen in Deutschland, Dänemark und den Niederlanden
German Insurers Accident Research (UDV)
Within the framework of a feasibility study, existing framework conditions and available data on cycling infrastructures and accidents in Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands were determined. The aim of the study was to develop a strategy that would allow a scientifically justifiable comparison in...
22. November 2020 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
Federal Statistical Office
The amount of people killed in cars above-average decreased during the COVID-19 first wave.The number of cyclists killed from March to June 2020 drops by 11.5 percent to 162 persons. 31.087 cyclists were injured (256 less in comparison to the same period of the previous year).
27. October 2020 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
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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
Ergebnisse aus Beobachtungen per Mobilitätstracking
Tracking report by infas and Motiontag
Corona is massively changing mobility in Germany. This was to be expected, but the effects of the pandemic are often different in detail than assumed. This is shown by an initial measurement by infas and Motiontag, which is based on the smartphone-based collection of GPS movement data.
17. April 2020 | Nachrichten > Deutschland
Schaffung temporärer Radverkehrsanlagen in Frankreich (Skizze)
Cerema principle sketches for corona crisis
The corona measures in France have led to a sharp decline in motorized individual traffic. The space that has been freed up offers opportunities for temporary cycling facilities. The French Cerema Institute has now presented various implementation options.
15. April 2020 | Nachrichten > Frankreich
MOBIS-COVID-19 - Mobilitätsverhalten in der Schweiz - Coronavirus-​Studie
Study on mobility behaviour
The mobility behaviour of the Swiss changed considerably during the period of special measures to contain the spread of the corona virus. In particular, the number of kilometres travelled by bicycle increased sharply.
14. April 2020 | Nachrichten > Schweiz
EEA-report 'The first and last mile — the key to sustainable urban transport'
Report of the European Environment Agency
The increasing use of e-scooters or ride-sharing services is changing the way people get around in urban centres. But according to a report by the European Environment Agency, walking, cycling and public transport remain the best way of sustainable urban mobility.
12. February 2020 | Nachrichten > Europa / EU
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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 > Deutschland

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