Im August 2021 wurde ein Teil der Barbarossastraße in Berlin Schöneberg komplett autofrei. Konkret bedeutet das, dass es in diesem Zeitraum keinen motorisierten Verkehr im Bereich zwischen der Goltzstraße und der Kyffhäuser Straße gab und die Straße somit zum Zufußgehen, Radfahren, Spielen und zum Aufenthalt genutzt werden konnte. Das DLR Institut für Verkehrsforschung hat die Sommerstraße Barbarossa wissenschaftlich begleitet und vor sowie nach dem Projekt in Kooperation mit dem Projekt Kiezerfahren eine Haushaltsbefragung durchgeführt. Insgesamt wurden 1700 Haushalte in den angrenzenden Wohnblöcken gebeten, schriftlich oder online an den Befragungen teilzunehmen. Insgesamt haben 193 Personen an der Befragung teilgenommen (eine Rücklaufquote von 11 %).
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Commuting by bicycle or on foot is beneficial for health and wellbeing. However, cycling and walking alongside road traffic poses the risk of air pollution and noise exposure. The perceived exposure to air pollution and noise en route and the momentary sensory awareness in traffic has rarely been investigated. This study addresses this research gap. The aim was to examine cyclists’/pedestrians’ sensory awareness, perceived and measured exposure, and practices to reduce health risks and improve wellbeing en route.
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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.
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The Berlin Mobility Act (MobG BE) has raised great expectations for a rapid transformation of the capital into a people- and environmentally-friendly mobility space. This paper reviews progress in four areas of action.
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This article uses quantitative and qualitative methods to investigate which objectively measurable emotional reactions occur during a walk, which correlations to spatial characteristics can be derived, and to what extent the physical reactions correspond to the subjective assessment of the test persons.
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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.
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The Berlin Mobility Act (MobG BE) has raised great expectations for a rapid transformation of the capital into a people- and environmentally-friendly mobility space. This paper reviews progress in four areas of action.
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Younger children up to the age of 9 are most often killed as passengers in cars; children aged 10-14 are most often killed on bicycles, but in 2019 most children were killed as pedestrians. It is not surprising that for children, especially the way to school is dangerous.
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Sophia Becker und Anke Sterz ziehen nach drei Jahren Berliner Mobilitätsgesetz eine überwiegend positive Bilanz und empfehlen anderen Städten, dem Beispiel zu folgen.
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The Berlin Mobility Act (MobG BE) has raised great expectations for a rapid transformation of the capital into a people- and environmentally-friendly mobility space. This paper reviews progress in four areas of action.
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