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Focus on multimodality: A bicycle parking garage at Offenburg railway station. © TBO

Motivation for the mobility change

Municipal companies make an indispensable contribution towards modern mobility. They are the driving force of the energy and transport turnaround – among others through the production of clean energy and exhaustive supply infrastructures.

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Helmut Dedy

For liveable cities

Helmut Dedy, chief managing director of the Deutsche Städtetag, pleads for thinking of cities as places for people and for a change in transport policy.

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The design of the new Dietenbach district combines modern sustainability standards with long-established settlement structures. © City of Freiburg

Sustainable despite new construction: Freiburg gets a new district

A new urban district for around 15,000 people is being built on around 107 hectares in the west of Freiburg. Constructed in compliance with all current and future sustainability standards, mobility also enjoys a high priority in Dietenbach.

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Speed limit 30 in the city

Speed limit 30 in the city

In Paris, speed limits will apply to almost all streets from August onwards. The German Association of Cities is in favour of model trials in Germany.

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Bicycle city Copenhagen

Copenhagen and Amsterdam are not utopias

In terms of eco-friendly mobility, the bicycle strongholds Copenhagen and Amsterdam are extremely appealing. Citizens' initiatives and consulting agencies are now attempting to transfer the achievements of the two capital cities to other places.

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Friedrichstraße Berlin

New Mobility Survey - Friedrichstraße Berlin

Based on a design survey, the agency 3deluxe is demonstrating what potential the open space in Friedrichstraße offers, if the mobility is redesigned.

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Game Changer Carsharing

In the future, car sharing will become an even bigger option in public transportation.

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Mobility in transition

How will mobility develop in the city of tomorrow? A study prepared as part of polisMobility provides exciting insights.

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The city as a place of transformation

A wide variety of challenges and problems accumulate in urban areas. However, this is precisely what gives rise to approaches to solutions for social and economic sustainability.

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