Being a woman is not a qualification. Just as being a man is not. But the lack of diversity in transport planning hinders the implementation of inclusive mobility. And the lack of accessibility in mobility infrastructure affects women more.
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.
nd berichtet über die Auswertung und Benotung des ADFC Berlin hinsichtlich der Radpolitik der Berliner Parteien im Abgeordnetenhaus.
Due to the continuing population growth in large cities and the associated redensification of inner-city areas, there is an increasing lack of green and open spaces in many urban neighbourhoods and public space is becoming a scarce resource. Therefore, the question arises as to which areas in the city can be transformed into meeting places so that the social function of public spaces is strengthened.
Die vierte Folge der Podcast-Reihe "Die Klimadebatte" thematisiert Herausforderungen und Chancen der Verkehrswende.
In der fünften Sitzung wurden die Teilnehmenden von Expert:innen im Handlungsfeld Mobilität informiert.
It was one year ago that the first pop-up bike lane was established in Berlin at Hallesches Ufer. Many more followed - especially in the district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Air quality measurements on Kottbusser Damm show that cyclists are now exposed to less air pollution in the form of nitrogen dioxide (NO₂) than before the pop-up bike lanes were set up - regardless of the pandemic.
DER SPIEGEL reports on the reorganisation of street space using the example of the initiative “Verkehrsberuhigter Samariterkiez” in Berlin’s district Friedrichshain with quotes by Sophia Becker on the transport transition from the perspective of a mobility researcher.