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Virtuell in die Mobilität von morgen abtauchen – Akzeptanz urbaner Mobilitätslösungen

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Die stetig wachsende Bevölkerung in Städten, die daraus entstehende erhöhte Mobilitätsnachfrage, begrenzte Landflächen und hohe Infrastrukturkosten, die eine Erweiterung des Strassennetzwerkes erschweren, bringen das Verkehrssystem an die Grenzen. Da ausserdem die heutige, autozentrische Mobilität zum grössten Teil noch auf Fahrzeugen mit Verbrennungsmotoren basiert, entstehen neben Staus und Unfällen auch Lärmbelastung und Emissionen, was insgesamt zu einer verringerten Lebensqualität führt.

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West, M., Näf, R., Del Duce, A., Hoerler, R., Yildirim, O. (2021). Virtuell in die Mobilität von morgen abtauchen – Akzeptanz urbaner Mobilitätslösungen. In: Proff, H. (eds) Making Connected Mobility Work. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-32266-3_19

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