The team of the Interreg SuMo-Rhine research project invites you to the 2nd participatory workshop “Municipal perspectives: which indicators do we need for sustainable mobility?”. The workshop will take place as a digital workshop on the 23rd June 2020, from 2 to 5 pm. The workshop’s objective is to exchange experiences and expectations of the participants regarding the evaluation of urban mobility systems. The exchange will take place in an interactive format. In addition, the researchers of the SuMo-Rhine project will present the system of indicators they have built with the aim of identifying potentials for improvement towards more sustainable solutions. The event is aimed in particular at experts-managers of […]
On 13.11.19 the first participative workshop “Communal Perspectives” for the promotion of sustainable mobility in the Upper Rhine region took place in Freiburg. The workshop was aimed at urban and transport planners, sustainability and climate representatives as well as decision-makers and experts at local level from Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate. The event was introduced by an opening speech by Prof. Dr. Barbara Koch from the University of Freiburg and a lecture by PD. Dr. Patrick Jochem from KIT, in which the project relevance and the resulting potential were emphasised. Dr. Markus Hofmann from the University of Freiburg led the presentation of the indicator system. For the development of an applicable indicator […]
Herewith we would like to welcome Mrs. Nora Baumgartner as new project coordinator of the SuMo-Rhine project in our team. At the German-French Institute for Environmental Research (DFIU), which acts as the project management agency, she will be in charge of organising the planned workshops and coordinating the project. We welcome you and wish you a good start!
The SuMo-Rhine project welcomes the Agency for Urban Development and Planning of the Strasbourg Metropolitan Area (ADEUS) as a new associated partner. With ADEUS, the project has gained an interdisciplinary institution with expertise in urban development, planning, settlement structure and housing, economic and social development, urban engineering, transport, landscape planning, environment, leisure, tourism, education, culture, communication and cross-border cooperation. We are looking forward to a good cooperation!
as a joint research project of the Universities of Koblenz-Landau, Haute-Alsace, Freiburg, Strasbourg and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, the SuMo-Rhine project has been awarded the eucor label. The project supports municipalities on the Upper Rhine in establishing and expanding a cross-border sustainable transport system. On the one hand, the project thus promotes cooperation between universities and municipalities across existing state borders. On the other hand, the project with the municipalities also focuses on border regions and develops appropriate solutions. Find out more about the European Campus.
Dear Sir or Madam, The research project SuMo-Rhine cordially invites you to the 1st Participative Workshop “Municipal Perspectives” of sustainable mobility in the Upper Rhine region. The event will take place on November 13, 2019 at the Haus zur Lieben Hand in the Löwenstraße 16 in Freiburg. The aim of this practical research project is to analyze regional transport systems and to evaluate them better in terms of their sustainability. In the course of this, a “network-based decision-making tool” with relevant sustainability indicators will be developed. The system makes these indicators available to cities, municipalities, mobility offices and service providers to assess their own mobility supply. In this first participatory […]
In the german press releases of the Agrar Presseportal and the University of Koblenz-Landau of 07.05. and 08.05.2019 respectively, the visit of Daniela Schmitt, State Secretary for Economic Affairs, to the Landau campus was reported. Six current Interreg projects were presented, including SuMo-Rhine. The Agrar Presseportal writes that “State Secretary for Economic Affairs Daniela Schmitt informed herself at the University of Koblenz-Landau about cross-border research projects in the Upper Rhine region as part of the EU campaign “Europe makes it possible”. Cooperation between partners from Germany, France and Switzerland is made possible by the cross-border EU funding programme Interreg V A “Upper Rhine”. “Thanks to European funding, the University of […]
For the kick-off event of the trinational SuMo-Rhine research project, the participants were welcomed by Gabriela Mühlstädt-Grimm, President of the Karlsruhe Vice Government, Dr. Frank Mentrup, Mayor of Karlsruhe, and Prof. Dr. Thomas Hirth, Vice President for Innovation and International Affairs at KIT. Afterwards the contents of the project were presented by Prof. Dr. Wolf Fichtner. Afterwards, project partners from municipalities, research and companies presented innovative concepts and exemplary initiatives for sustainable mobility in the Upper Rhine region and offered a good basis for discussions and expansion of the various networks. Programm (only in German)Herunterladen Mühlstädt-GrimmDr. MentrupProf. Dr. Hirth Presentations (only in original language) Präsentation 0_HIRTH Thomas_KITHerunterladen Präsentation 1_FICHTNER Wolf_KITHerunterladen […]
Ladies and Gentlemen, the project coordinator, the German-French Institute for Environmental Research (DFIU) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), and TRION-climate e.V. cordially invite you to the kick-off event of the Interreg V project “SuMo-Sustainable Mobility Rhine”. This will take place on 12 March in the afternoon at the premises of the Regierungspräsidium Karlsruhe. We are pleased to welcome you beforehand to a lunch buffet/reception coffee. It is a special honour for us to be able to announce the President of the Government, Nicolette KRESSL, and Prof. Dr. Thomas HIRTH, Vice President of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, for the opening speech. After an introduction of “SuMo Rhine” by […]
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 […]