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Das Leipziger Mobilitätspaket für Umzügler: Bedingungen für eine wirksame Maßnahmenumsetzung zur Erhöhung der Nutzung von Öffentlichem Verkehr, Carsharing und Fahrrad


  • Thronicker, Ines


In einer 19-monatigen Feldstudie wurde das Leipziger Mobilitätspaket für Umzügler, bestehend aus Informationen und Schnupperangeboten, erprobt und evaluiert. Ziel war es, diese für ein verändertes Verkehrsverhalten sensibilisierte Gruppe für eine stärkere Nutzung von Öffentlichem Verkehr, Carsharing und Fahrrad zu gewinnen, wobei zugleich die Nutzung des eigenen Pkw reduziert werden sollte. Knapp 400 Personen und damit die Hälfte aller Teilnehmer interessierte sich für das Paket. Die Studie lässt Tendenzen für eine Veränderung des alltäglichen Verkehrsverhaltens auf Grund des Mobilitätspakets erkennen und macht zugleich die Grenzen und notwendigen Voraussetzungen für dessen Erfolg sichtbar.

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  • Thronicker, Ines, 2012. "Das Leipziger Mobilitätspaket für Umzügler: Bedingungen für eine wirksame Maßnahmenumsetzung zur Erhöhung der Nutzung von Öffentlichem Verkehr, Carsharing und Fahrrad," UFZ Discussion Papers 04/2012, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Division of Social Sciences (ÖKUS).
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:ufzdps:042012

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