Shaping the transport turnaround – Expert opinion on the financing of service costs in public transport
Examination of an overall scenario of what is possible in terms of the transport turnaround by the year 2030 regarding the expansion of public transport services on existing and newly built infrastructure.
Reactivation of the Wölfersheim-Södel – Hungen railway line for regional passenger transport.
Development of a service and infrastructure concept and proof of eligibility for funding by means of standardised evaluation
Introduction of cross-transport association season tickets in the 2nd stage of bwtarif
Season ticket tariff across all transport associations within 18 months, which is supported by all associations and transport companies in Baden-Württemberg
Light rail in the district of Ludwigsburg – concept development and standardised evaluation
Based on the independent low-floor light rail system developed in a preceding feasibility study, several expansion stages of an extension of the Stuttgart light rail system were to be developed and subjected to a...
Subsidising new rail infrastructure from “more than one pot” using the example of the S4 Hamburg – Bad Oldesloe
Develop a methodology for the non-overlapping determination of benefits in local transport on the one hand and long-distance passenger rail transport / freight transport on the other hand.
Preliminary assessment of the Tram West tangent in preparation for a Standardised Assessment.
Updating the evaluation basis to determine the project’s eligibility for funding
Investigation and evaluation of existing tramway strategy alternatives for Frankfurt am Main
Investigation of a total of 4 variants for increasing the available space capacities in Frankfurt’s tram network.
Preparation of traffic data in Schleswig-Holstein for use in a web portal
For the first time, detailed information on traffic flows for the whole requested area is avalaible in a modern tool
Mobility of the future in Ulm and the Alb-Donau district
What does the current climate discussion and the change in mobility mean for cities and districts?