The intelligent stop of the future (Photo: raumobil GmbH).
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What will the stop look like in the multimodal, networked mobility world of tomorrow? PTV Group and raumobil GmbH worked on this issue as part of the R&D project “smartStation – the stop as a gateway to multimodal mobility” (RD No.… Read more
PTV has developed a methodology for the optimization of bridge refurbishment and/or renewal measures (Photo: iStock).
Growing traffic volumes, including heavy-load transport, have a negative impact on roads and bridges, in particular on the 39,500 bridges of the federal motorway system in Germany. Most of them were built between 1965 and 1985.… Read more
The photo shows Karlsruhe Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup together with the consortium members of the RegioMOVE project. (Photo: KVV/Peter Hennrich)
How can a public transport network evolve into a service-oriented mobility network?This challenge is tackled by the RegioMOVE research project launched in December 2017. Our transport expert, Tanja Schäfer, provides first insight into this flagship project:
Compass: What are the objectives of RegioMove?… Read more
Minor incidents may have major effects on underground transport – the new research project U-THREAT aims to increase security.
Tube trains are fast and reliable, and best of all – they do not get stuck in traffic jams. No wonder they are a popular way to travel in cities around the world.… Read more
At the Palace of Versailles, the kick-off event of our new EU research project CoEXist took place.
The kick-off event of our new EU research project CoEXist took place at the famous Palace of Versailles near Paris. The project funded by the Horizon 2020 framework program of the European Commission focuses on the interaction between semi-automated and conventional vehicles in the transitional period to fully autonomous vehicle fleets.… Read more
LaMiLo: Project partner Bruxelles Mobilité tested more flexible City Logistics solutions using Citydepot vans for their deliveries.
The final conference of the research project LaMiLo (Last Mile Logistics) will take place in Brussels on 24 June 2015. All project partners will present their research results on the future of Last Mile logistics at this event: from the logistics service providers’ and public authorities’ point of view to the perspective of the test areas where these results were implemented and evaluated.… Read more