The Quartier Vauban is a car-free neighbourhood in Freiburg (Germany), and is recognised as a highly liveable and sustainable district:

ttp://www.sutp.org/component


 

The city of Bremen is promoting active citizen participation in local transport policies and planning. The “Bremen bewegen – Move Bremen” initiative aims to inform and involve citizens in the formation of the Transport Development Plan 2025. Find out more here (DE only):

http://bremenbewegen.de
http://bau.bremen.de


 

Reliable data on mobility behaviour is essential to effective planning decision-making. Mobility surveys are conducted regularly in Germany. Learn more here:

www.mobilitaet-in-deutschland.de
http://tu-dresden.de/die_tu_dresden/fakultaeten

Fact and Figures

Did you know that in Germany:

  • German cities and regions are actively involving citizens in transport planning
  • Pavements and cycling paths have mandatory design standards
Events

Cities for Mobility (Stuttgart 2016, tba)

http://www.cities-for-mobility.net/

10 Principles of Sustainable Urban Mobility (Prezi)