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Especially in cities, public space is a scarce resource and different user groups claim this space. In the inner city of Berlin, less than half of the households have a car and the majority of daily trips (82%) are made by walking, cycling, or usage of public transport (source: SrV 2013). Therefore, the question arises how public space can be designed in the context of the transport transition to benefit as many people as possible and to promote active mobility.
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The Tagesspiegel reports on the results of the temporary city square in Berlin-Charlottenburg, which was set up as part of a real-life experiment conducted by EXPERI.
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Julia Jarass reports in detail at the DLR Institute of Transport Research on the results of the real-life experiment in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin, where an intersection was temporarily transformed into a city square.
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Thanks to modern cargo bikes and bike trailers, about half of all motorised trips for transporting goods (69% private / 31% commercial) in European cities could be shifted to bicycles.
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29. September – 1. November 2020 Im Klausenerplatz-Kiez in Charlottenburg entsteht von Ende September bis 1. November 2020 ein neuer Stadtplatz. Im Rahmen des Projekts ändern sich temporär die Verkehrsregeln...
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In an interview with the specialist portal GIS-IQ, Alexander Czeh explains what measures cities took during the Corona crisis to create better conditions for cycling and walking.
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Sophia Becker was a guest on the podcast update of the radio station Deutschlandradio Nova.
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Amsterdam ist eine Fahrradstadt. Das zeigt nicht nur der hohe Anteil des Radverkehrs am Modal Split und die gut ausgebaute Infrastruktur für Radfahrer:innen, sondern auch das Image von Amsterdam. Alle...
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Julia Jarass was interviewed in a WDR radio programme on the Mobility Law, walking and the Berlin Superblock.
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