The Transport Learning project provides comprehensive training materials for sustainable transport. Co-ordinated by TU Dresden, 17 partners from 14 EU countries contributed material to develop curriculum in 10 languages. Training packages for land-use and mobility planning are available here:

http://transportlearning.net


 

The Sustainable Urban Transport Project (GIZ-SUTP) offers training materials tailor-made for planners and decision-makers in developing cities. Find extensive information on international public transport best-practices here:

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Fact and Figures

Did you know that in Germany:

  • Public transport in Germany replaces 20 million car trips every day
  • More than 400,000 people work in Germany’s public transport sector
  • Visitors of cultural events and air and rail passengers can use public transport for free or at a reduced rate thanks to co-operation between ticketing agencies
  • A single trip by public transport costs € 2.60 in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich and 3.00 € in Hamburg
Products

The German Railway Industry Association (VDB) represents the interests of railway technology manufacturers and their suppliers in Germany—altogether more than 170 companies. Further information here:

http://www.bahnindustrie.info/fileadmin/Dokumente/Publikationen/Broschueren/Imagebroschuere_VDB_EN.pdf

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