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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.
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The 10% share of motorised private transport (MIV) calculated in the 2050 scenario (incl. car sharing, taxis, etc.) must have 100% alternative drive systems. This vision is supported at the municipal level in particular with subsidies for charging infrastructure for electric automobility. This long-term scenario illustrates that electric mobility, along with other alternative drive technologies, is seen as a key to achieving a decarbonised and sustainable transport system. Against this background, this article examines how the efforts to attain a 10% rate of motorised private transport in Berlin are currently distributed spatially.
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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.
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Since 2019, women and mobility have increasingly been the topic of various media formats, events and politics. The core message of the debates is always: "Women move differently than men". But what does that mean exactly? How can the different mobility behaviour be explained and what does this mean for (planning the) transport transition?
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Here are the slides for the presentation at KONRAD21 as a pdf-file and a detailed list of recommended readings on the topics of transformation, change, transport transition, pop-up bike lanes and their effects, and psychological resources for sustainability.
Category Media
In the rbb Wissenszeit series, Sophia Becker features as a mobility expert in the programme "Verzichten und trotzdem Genießen?" [Renounce and still enjoy?], in which two school classes discuss sustainable mobility and sustainable nutrition with experts.
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Julia Jarass was interviewed for the article "Ten women talk about cycling, freedom and feminism" on the website fahrrad-initiativen.de.
Soziale Aspekte gewinnen in den aktuellen Diskursen über Mobilitätsverhalten, über die Notwendigkeit einer Verkehrswende und über geeignete Maßnahmen dieser immer mehr an Bedeutung. So wird die Armuts- und Exklusionsforschung verstärkt...
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Katharina Götting was interviewed on BR2 Tagesticket - Der Frühpodcast on the topic: Incentives or bans - what helps in the fight against climate change?
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