Mobility of the future

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What exactly do we want to implement in Frankfurt?

Mobility is one of the most important elements in our social life. At the same time, motorized individual transport generates high costs for the climate. So we are all facing the same question: How do we get to our destination in a CO2-neutral way, but as quickly and comfortably as possible? To succeed, we need bold and innovative solutions for a holistic transportation concept in Frankfurt. We also need a sustainable traffic turnaround that focuses on bicycle and pedestrian traffic.

Our demands for Frankfurt:

  • More safety through structurally separated bike lanes and bike highways
  • Efficient bike lane network & parking garages for bicycles
  • City toll and car-free zones in the city center for more quality of life 
  • More Park & Ride stations 
  • Planning of a ring railroad for commuters
  • Unbureaucratic & free social ticket for the needy
  • Expand sharing services and merge them with public transportation in a central app.
  • Make temporarily unused areas such as trade fairs and parking garages accessible through digital networking

What "best practices" are there in Europe?

Fahrradstadt Kopenhaben - Bicycle city Kopenhagen

Copenhagen

The city has a unique network of bicycle lanes. 62% of the inhabitants cycle to work or school. Copenhageners cycle 1.44 million kilometers a day (source). Four bicycle bridges have been built or are under construction. The city has 167 kilometers of new bicycle highways: very famous is the so-called Bicycle Snake, a 235-metre long serpentine steel walking and biking bridge.

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Martin Huber

23 years old, studying political science and law (B.A.)