Hamburger Hochbahn AG
Attract 50% more passengers for public transport in Hamburg by 2030 and significantly increase attractiveness of service for passengers in all districts of Hamburg.
Analysis of more than 200 million data points and intense collaboration with Hochbahn, VHH and HVV in more than 40 workshops redesigning the bus network. Special emphasis on competitiveness in comparison to the private car.
Implementation plan with more than 200 concrete measures and introduction of two new products: the express and district bus. Approximately 600 new stops bring public transport closer to the passengers.
First measures have been implemented as part of the Hamburg Takts since 2019.
Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Ruhr (VRR)
Long-term impacts of Covid-19 on job mobility
Understand the future of job mobility after Covid-19 in order to adjust fares and offerings to people’s needs.
Online survey with approximately 600 companies, which represent about 270,000 employees.
Job mobility in the VRR area could decrease by 5.5-8% after Covid-19. Reasons for this are (1) a possible doubling of the share of employees working from home from 10% to 20% and (2) an increase of average days working from home from 1.5 to 2 days. A significant flexibilization or change in demand throughout the day and week could not be observed.
Jelbi, SHARE NOW, Shotl
Studies about mobility behavior during the Covid-pandemic
Multi-modal strategies, post-Covid strategies
Understanding how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed people’s mobility behavior in an urban context.
Analysis of data on usage and bookings made available by partners, which include a multi-modal app and on-demand, as well as car-sharing, services.
Multi-modal offerings make a difference. They have helped people flexibly react to the pandemic without having to buy their own vehicle. The integration of new forms of mobility into public transport can make public transport offerings more flexible and attractive in the future.