Bus and train or car sharing and rental bicycles: There are many options for meeting individual mobility needs, even without a private car. The RegioMOVE project aims to pool the mobility offers in the region of Karlsruhe in a system-overlapping, interconnected, and environmentally compatible and user-friendly portfolio. Within the framework of the project funded with about EUR 5 million by the Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund (KVV, Karlsruhe transport association), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), together with regional partners, will develop a new mobility concept.
More about the KIT Mobility Systems Center http://www.kit.edu/research/6720.php
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