The Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning

car and bicycle traffic in a city

Transport and mobility

Being mobile is an expression of free opportunities to develop and participate in modern society. A gentle transport transition is required to ensure and improve living quality. The BBSR is developing empirical analyses on accessibility, commuting and flows of freight traffic in Germany. The institute also works conceptually on sustainable mobility in Germany.

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Publications on the topic

Research News

Research News Issue No. 2/2020 |

Online participation in urban development

original title: Online-Partizipation in der Stadtentwicklung

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 6/2017 |

The New Urban Agenda – Consequences for Urban Development

original title: Die New Urban Agenda – Konsequenzen für die Stadtentwicklung

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 3/2017 |

Trams and urban development

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 4.2016 |

Implementing the Territorial Agenda 2020

Enhancing regional potentials in the context of further developing the TEN-T

BMVI-Online-Publikation Issue 07/2015 |

What moves us (tomorrow)?

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 2.2015 |

Spatial organisation of goods traffic

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 3.2014 |

Resilience

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 4.2013 |

Requirements for energy-efficient and carbon neutral districts (EQ)

Werkstatt: Praxis Issue 81, Ed.: BMVBS, Berlin 2013

Werkstatt: Praxis

City instead of noise

Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (IzR) Issue 3.2013 |

Inner city arterial roads

BMVBS-Online-Publikation 09/13, Ed.: BMVBS, May 2013

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