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New Research Project “Accessible Crossing Points on Main Traffic Arteries”

The Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development (BMVBS) is promoting a research project devoted to “Accessible Crossing Points on Main Traffic Arteries – Design of dropped Kerbs and Ground Indicating Systems in Detail”. The project is being tackled by STUVA in collaboration with the Fachhochschule (University of Applied Sciences) Erfurt’s Institute for Transport and Space (IVR) as well as the Ingenieurbüro für Systemberatung und Planung GmbH (ISUP). The Federal Highways Research Institute (BASt)...

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Issue 2016-07 Event

2017 STUVA Conference in Stuttgart: International Forum for Tunnels and Infrastructure

The international tunnelling community will again assemble to attend the STUVA Conference from December 6 to 8, 2017. In conjunction with the Stuttgart–Ulm mega project, Stuttgart was once again...

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Issue 2015-05 Event

2015 STUVA Conference: The international Forum for Tunnels and Infrastructure

The STUVA Conference, the international forum for tunnels and infrastructure, has really become a must on the agenda of committed tunnellers and tunnel operators. The next STUVA Conference will be...

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Issue 2017-03 Event

2017 STUVA Conference, Stuttgart – The international Forum for Tunnels and Infrastructure

The STUVA invites experts from the fields of construction and operation of underground structures for the industry’s most important get-together to be held in Stuttgart from December 6 to 8, 2017....

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Issue 2019-02

STUVA Conference 2019 in Frankfurt – the international Forum for Tunnel and Infrastructure

From 26 to 28 November 2019, the STUVA invites you to Frankfurt for the “Family meeting of the tunnelling industry”. Once again, about 3000 experts from more than 20 countries are expected. For two...

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Issue 2017-01 Track Crossings

STUVA Research to improve Traffic Safety for Pedestrians and Cyclists

Findings designed to improve the safety of pedestrians and cyclists when using railway crossings are to emerge from a research project (FE-No. 82.0613/2014). The project was commissioned by the...

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