Construction site mobility
The world has opted for decarbonisation with the 2015 Paris Climate Conference. The transport sector is facing a profound change, with policy instruments such as a carbon tax, tolling systems and rail strengthening developed. There are several technologies that could shape change.
The traffic turnaround can start. What are the key projects that allow people to travel intelligently, quickly and in a networked manner, to enable liveable cities, healthy air, beautiful public spaces, more movement, climate protection and future-proof prospects for the automotive industry in times of change and employment?
At the "Baustelle Mobilität" conference, representatives from business, politics, civil society and trade unions will discuss. How can the traffic jam be resolved? What does the mobile future look like? How can innovations, climate protection and value creation be cleverly combined to form an industrial policy strategy?
- Matthias Gastel, MdB (Alliance 90 / The Greens)
- Prof. Dr. Justus Haucap (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)
- Susanne Henckel (VBB)Christian Hochfeld (AGORA traffic change)
- Dieter Janecek, MdB (Alliance 90 / The Greens)
- Armin Riedl (Kombiverkehr)
- Cem Özdemir, MdB (Alliance 90 / The Greens)
- Neele Wesseln (Network of European Railways) and many others.
Information: Monika Steins, Department of Economics and Finance, Heinrich Böll FoundationE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
, Tel. 030.28534-244
location & access
airport Tegel (TXL)
airport Schönefeld (SXF)