Farewell to the "car-friendly city": the SPD, the Grüne and the Linke want to deconstruct the A104 and A103 highways. Especially with the A103, this might not be so easy. There are also conflicts at the political level.
Parking fees are going up, the rail network is being expanded - and the Senate will soon be responsible for many cycle paths: Here's how the comments turn out.
It is obvious that mobility has to change, as it has a major impact on climate change and greenhouse emissions, land consumption as well as tangible disadvantages such as accidents, illnesses caused by air pollution and noise pollution and lack of exercise. In the interview, you learn about Tactical Urbanism, efficiency and co-working spaces, among other things, and what this has to do with modern mobility. Synergy effects and the interconnection of means of transport also play a major role.
Sophia Becker talks to rbb Inforadio about the new annual bus and train ticket in Austria.
radioeins from the rbb in "Rad'n'Roll" with spoken contributions by Sophia Becker on Berlin's mobility law.
Is public transport the crucial means for the transport transition to succeed? Or rather, what course must the future Berlin Senate set for a new mobility in any case?
In an interview with the Märkische Allgemeine, Sophia Becker explains what the mobility transformation can and should look like in a flat land like Brandenburg.
The Norwegian Cyclists' Association "Syklistforeningen" quotes from the IASS study on pop-up bike lanes by Prof. Dr Sophia Becker and Katharina Götting.
Sophia Becker im Gespräch mit Marcel Heberlein und Kristin Becker zum wöchentlichen Gedankenexperiment, diesmal zum Thema "Nahverkehr kostenlos? Was dann?".
Sophia Becker und Anke Sterz ziehen nach drei Jahren Berliner Mobilitätsgesetz eine überwiegend positive Bilanz und empfehlen anderen Städten, dem Beispiel zu folgen.