In the first phase a concept was developed in 2018 and 2019. For this purpose, the actual state was surveyed by means of qualitative and quantitative surveys as well as inspections and observations. The next step was to define a mission statement in an interdisciplinary team of traffic planners, technologists, computer scientists, psychologists and urban planners.
Based on the results of the analysis and in accordance with the objectives, measures were developed in workshops, final papers and creative sessions. These were evaluated internally and externally and then prioritised.
In October 2019, the concept was presented to the MWK and an expert committee. The HFT was able to assert itself in competition with eleven universities and received prize money for the second project phase.
The second project phase focuses on the implementation of the planned measures. Two years are initially planned for this.
At the beginning of 2020, a Mobility Hub was established at the HFT as the first measure. Further measures include the ecological optimisation of business and foreign travel (sub-project EmiLa), the redesign of the road spaces, the installation of cycling infrastructure, the upgrading and conversion of the court servants' garage and many others.