What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

Whether in the city or in rural areas, everyone agrees on one thing: to protect our planet, we all need to become greener again. Not only in the household many people are making an effort to consume wisely and are once again considering whether they should use plastic bags or eat meat every day. There is also a rethink on mobility issues. Especially for Generation Z, travelling by plane is no longer «state of the art». Last year, the DB recorded 150.7 million customer trips which also shows that many people care about their green footprint.

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Modern mobility in rural areas

Modern mobility in rural areas

Almost 16 million people live in rural regions throughout Germany. For them it is often a difficult task to get from A to B by public transport. After all, rural regions are at the back of the queue when it comes to expanding public transport. But why is the accessibility of these regions so poor and public transport hardly an alternative? How can it be guaranteed that people living in rural areas can also be mobile in a climate-friendly and cost-effective way?

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Mobility Analytics: Planning new mobility offers

Mobility Analytics: Planning new mobility offers

Time for New Mobility: What would the best measures be worth without concrete implementation? Not much, exactly! And that’s why a mobility analysis is not only about evaluating the current situation and developing a catalogue of measures, but also and above all, in a very practical way, about planning the new mobility offers in line with the existing system.

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What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

Whether in the city or in rural areas, everyone agrees on one thing: to protect our planet, we all need to become greener again. Not only in the household many people are making an effort to consume wisely and are once again considering whether they should use plastic bags or eat meat every day. There is also a rethink on mobility issues. Especially for Generation Z, travelling by plane is no longer «state of the art». Last year, the DB recorded 150.7 million customer trips which also shows that many people care about their green footprint.