Climate-friendly innovations for border traffic on the Upper Rhine: Strasbourg and Lörrach are the focus of the SuMo-Rhine project
Last week, many thousands of French people protested against an eco-tax on diesel fuel with traffic blockades. People in rural areas in particular are often dependent on their cars when it comes to getting to work. At the same time, however, despite improved engines, growing car traffic is causing more and more climate-damaging CO2 emissions. The conflict shows that we need new mobility concepts. With the SuMo-Rhine project, scientists in Switzerland, France and Germany are looking for new ideas for sustainable transport in the Upper Rhine region.
Campus report on 27.11.2018
Audio only in german available: https://mediaservice.bibliothek.kit.edu/#/details/DIVA-2018-888