The city expects a significant increase in e-cars. But there is a lack of charging stations and models for the middle class.
Driving in the Belgian capital should no longer be fun. The speed limit in the entire city centre is the first step to deter drivers and significantly reduce traffic.
According to a survey, the automobile continues to enjoy great popularity.
The car-free banks of the Main in Frankfurt are history. After 12 months of operation, motor vehicles will soon be registered there again. Furthermore, the city will not carry out the required renovation and expansion of the cycle paths there.
The current corona pandemic is forcing metropolitan areas to rethink their mobility systems. A new study now confirms the international trend towards the bicycle.
Vienna, Paris, Bogota, Brussels, London, Berlin and many more. The list of cities reads exclusively, and they all have something in common.
The world stands still, the coronavirus turns everything upside down. But for the politicians in many cities around the world, this is no reason to neglect the daily transport policy. Below is a small comparison between three cities showing opposite choices.
The Berlin Senate Department for the Environment, Transport & Climate Protection has launched cycling facilities at breakneck speed.
The German Cyclist’s Association (ADFC) wants the city to open more cycling lanes.