Sustainable Traffic Management in Freiburg, Germany

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  • Sustainable Traffic Management in Freiburg, Germany
    • 2: Concentrating Traffic
      • Diverting traffic away from city centre and the most scenic location
      • Using key roads to concentrate traffic
    • 4: Public Transport
      • Monthly travel card for entire city and surrounding districts available cheaply
      • City promotes public transport including Trams, and has added new routes in recent years
    • 5: Bicycle Use
      • More than 5,000 parking spaces for bikes in city centre
      • City Promotes bicycle use
      • More than 500 km of interconnecting bicycle lanes
      • At many junctions, bikes have priority
    • 1:Traffic Calming
      • Cobbles on street to slow traffic
      • City centre turned into a pedestrian zone (pedestrianised)
      • 30 km per hour speed limit on residential roads
    • 3: Limited Parking
      • There is no free, uncontrolled parking in the city centre
      • Parking is on a sliding scale to encourage commuters to park and ride from the outskirts
    • Background Information
      • In the early 1970s, it was a city with major traffic problems
      • Frieburg is a city in Germany with a population of over 200,000
      • 5 stages of the plan
        • Concentrating Traffic
        • Traffic Caming
        • Limited Parking
        • Public Transport
        • Bicycle Use
  • 5 stages of the plan
    • Concentrating Traffic
    • Traffic Caming
    • Limited Parking
    • Public Transport
    • Bicycle Use

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