Biking & Walking

For as long as most can remember, our cities and its streets were mainly oriented towards the needs of vehicles that run on gas. However, an increasing amount of people are switching to alternative modes of mobility – and not just to busses or trains. Shorter distances especially are increasingly being made on foot or by bicycle – a positive trend that contributes to reducing traffic jams, noise, and emissions. In addition, increased efforts to protect the environment, include alternative types of transportation, and added road safety ensure that pedestrians and cyclists are being emphasized in traffic planning measures.