Resilience of Underground Public Transport Systems

STUVA coordinates
new Research Project
U-THREAT in German-French Cooperation

The improvement of the resilience of underground public transport systems is the main focus of a new research project, which has been coordinated by the STUVA e. V. since 1 August 2017. The project with the title resilience of underground public transport systems to ensure availability (U-THREAT) is being supported over the next three years with 1.0 million euros by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) based on the research for civil safety program.

In cities and metropolitan areas, underground railways networks are of special significance since they are not hindered by...

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