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Final Report on “Traffic Safety of Crossing Points for Pedestrians and Cyclists via Tram and Light Rail Lines” Published

Accidents between trams and pedestrians or cyclists fortunately occur relatively infrequently in Germany compared to other road traffic accidents in absolute terms. However, the accidents are usually characterised by a particular accident severity. Together with longer operational incidents, the topic is therefore becoming increasingly important – also furthered by the media coverage.

This prompted the German Federal Highway Research Institute (Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen /BASt) to award a research contract on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI). The...

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STUVA Research to improve Traffic Safety for Pedestrians and Cyclists

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Issue 2015-03 Pilot Project in Cologne

STUVA investigates the Efficacy of Ground Caution Lights at Urban Railway Pedestrian Crossings in Cologne

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Issue 2014-03 Research Report

“Safer Junctions for more vulnerable Road Users”

More vulnerable road users require special protection on road traffic. However, no new basic set of draft regulations relating to age or particular groups is needed. This was revealed by a study...

Issue 2010-03

New Research Project “Safer Junctions for more vulnerable Road Users” with STUVA Involvement

Under the guidance of the Bergische Universität Wupper-tal, Institute for Road Traffic Planning and Technology (management) as well as in cooperation with the Leibnitz Institute for Work Research at...

Issue 2020-03 Germany | Deutschland

Decision on the New Fehmarn Sound Crossing: Construction of an Immersed Tunnel and Preservation of the Bridge

In March 2020, a solution for the new crossing of the Fehmarn Sound (Fehmarnsund) was found; the German Federal Ministry of Transport, the state of Schleswig-Holstein and Deutsche Bahn compared all...