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Schneller, öfter, weiter: Herausforderungen für eine mobile Gesellschaft von morgen

In: Schneller, öfter, weiter? Perspektiven der Raumentwicklung in der Mobilitätsgesellschaft. 13. Junges Forum der ARL 13. bis 15. Oktober 2010 in Mannheim

  • Deffner, Jutta
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    In dem Beitrag geht es um aktuelle Trends und Herausforderungen der deutschen und europäischen Mobilitätsentwicklung. Hierzu zählen neben der Klima- und Energierelevanz des Verkehrs Themen wie soziale Differenzierung, demographischer Wandel und kulturelle Aspekte in ihrer Bedeutung für Mobilität und Verkehr aus einer sozialökologischen Perspektive. Es gibt Vorzeichen für einen möglichen Paradigmenwandel, der v. a. auf eine Dekarbonisierung des Verkehrs abhebt. Ein neues Leitbild einer multioptionalen, intermodalen Personenmobilität wird skizziert, das die Bedürfnisse einer sich weiter differenzierenden und pluralisierenden Gesellschaft aufgreift. Es basiert auf dem Rahmenkonzept nachhaltige Mobilitätskultur und auf drei Ebenen von Angeboten, die ein multioptionales Verkehrsangebot bilden.

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  • Hege, Hans-Peter & Knapstein, Yvonne & Meng, Rüdiger & Ruppenthal, Kerstin & Schmitz-Veltin, Ansgar (ed.), 2011. "Schneller, öfter, weiter? Perspektiven der Raumentwicklung in der Mobilitätsgesellschaft," Arbeitsberichte der ARL, Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (ARL) - Leibniz-Forum für Raumwissenschaften, volume 1, number 1, November.
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    1. Sandra Rosenbloom, 2001. "Sustainability and automobility among the elderly: An international assessment," Transportation, Springer, vol. 28(4), pages 375-408, November.
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