Fair Spaces has released the first episode of its new podcast "Radwissen", in which hosts Carolin Kruse and Elena Steinrücke discuss recent scientific findings relating to bicycle mobility together with their guests.
The first episode takes a look at temporary measures in urban and traffic planningwith guests Dr Julia Jarass from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Katharina Götting (RIFS Potsdam). Julia Jarass presents the results of the real-world laboratory "Autofreie Sommerstraße Barbarossa", which was carried out in Berlin-Schöneberg in 2021. Katharina Götting reports on the effects of pop-up bike infrastructure, which she studied with her team in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
The podcast "Radwissen" is available on various podcast platforms. Click here for the latest episode: https://fair-spaces.de/radwissen
Radwissen is funded by the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport as part of the National Cycling Plan (NRVP). The podcast offers a window onto the latest research and findings in the field of cycling mobility in a format that is easy to understand. Radwissen makes mobility science accessible to the public and stakeholders alike. You can find out more about the project on the fair spaces website or through the Federal Mobility Forum.