Working papers on sustainable mobility in the Ruhr Area published

What is the number of ways that citizens travel in the course of a week? For what purposes are they travelling? And what means of transport do they use? Over 70 residents of Oberhausen, Essen/Bottrop, Recklinghausen/Castrop-Rauxel and Dortmund have kept a travel diary on these and other dimensions of their mobility. In this way, data on 2,125 individual routes could be recorded. The analysis shows, for example, that a large part of the actual distances travelled are no longer than 10 km and yet only 40 % of these distances are covered on foot or by bicycle. Further results and conclusions from the travel diary can be found in one of three working papers that DIALOGIK has just compiled for the publication of the empirical research within the project "New Emscher Mobility" (NEMO). In addition to the working paper on the travel diary, these include a report on the status and options for sustainable mobility along the Emscher from the perspective of local residents and an overview of the results of a stakeholder workshop on the future of sustainable mobility in the Emscher region. (The working papers are in German only.)

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