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Mobility

Berlin Mobility Act

Link to: Berlin Mobility Act
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Berlin plans to become safer, more mobile and more climate-friendly. In a growing metropolis like Berlin, this can only succeed if the strengths of all forms of mobility – i.e. bus, rail, bicycle, car, pedestrian traffic – are taken into More information

Cycling

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Only one in three people in Berlin has a car, but almost everyone has a bicycle. Accordingly, cycling is becoming increasingly popular. More information

Speed limits

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Noise, air pollution and dangerous accidents are partly the result of car traffic and have a considerable impact on the life quality in a city. More information

Traffic data

Link to: Traffic data
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Modern transport management needs reliable factual information. This includes mainly data on the development of transport infrastructure and the demand side of transport and traffic. More information

Traffic management

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Informations about traffic control, permanent regulations, temporary authorisations. More information

Planning approval procedure

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The citizens’ participation in the planning of infrastructure projects is of high priority in our society and plays an important role for Berlin. More information