Freedom of movement is a fundamental right. This means that mobility concerns everyone. Unfortunately, however, mobility is also experienced as a burden in many respects - by drivers who are stuck in traffic jams as well as by people who live along traffic routes. In many cities, excessive pollutant emissions, especially from diesel vehicles, pose a health risk.
The consequences of climate change can be felt everywhere. The growth of private transport can no longer be controlled by classic road construction. Mobility must now become sustainable - ecologically and economically. A fundamental change is already on the horizon: For more and more people, the desire to be mobile is independent of the individual means of transport. It is crucial to get to your destination - as quickly as possible, as comfortably as possible.