As places of education and research for over 700,000 professors, lecturers, employees and assistants, universities are places of activity for their everyday work, research and teaching. Together with the 2.9 million students who, in addition to attending courses and seminars, spend time in libraries, cafeterias or in student dormitories on campus, a network of daily trips is created over the course of a semester, including work, teaching and research with living and free time. In addition, there are numerous ways of delivery and business traffic as well as the journey to various events. All of these paths have to be mastered. Transport and mobility are therefore of central importance at universities.
Future-oriented discussion about sustainable Mobility at our university
Establishing sustainable mobility management
Raising awareness of sustainable mobility solutions
Making the inner-city private transport system more attractive (non-motorized individual transport)
Sharing offers for MIV (motorized individual transport) close to the campus
Sustainable mobility at universities
Did you know that…
• In 2019 over 9,200 tonnes of CO2 were released in the mobility sector at our university, more than three quarters of which are due to motorized transport?
• Did over 1,850 inner-city business trips take place at our university in 2019, more than 50% of which were carried out by car?