As a central component of a mobility turning point in the state capital Stuttgart, technical innovations of future mobility worlds in interaction with social developments, mobility needs and behavioural patterns are to be tested and examined within the framework of a regulatory experimental space. The aim is to invest in a wide range of sustainable forms of mobility and to discuss solutions together with all relevant stakeholders from society, industry and science.
A primary goal of future urban development is to secure individual and social mobility, because mobility is a significant location factor in the competition between metropolitan regions. Furthermore, the goal of future transport and mobility planning must be to make it sustainable and emission-free.
The project is divided into three phases.
The project is intended to link innovations with empirical knowledge and, if possible, to implement them permanently in practice. The aim is to develop a transferable concept that strengthens the polycentric urban region and existing urban structures. In an innovative planning and participation process, the affected actors, companies and citizens, are actively involved in the planning, design and implementation. Processes of urban and regional design are to be made directly accessible to everyone, thus creating participation in the urban region.
|Management||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christina Simon-Philipp|
|Partner||City of Stuttgart|
|Funding||Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)|
|Call for proposal||MobilityWerkStadt 2025|
|Duration||01.01.2020–31.12.2020, extended until 31.03.2021|
|Name and position||Field||Email and phone||Room|
|Architektur und Gestaltung/ Städtebau und Stadtplanung/ Leiterin ZNS||8/3.11|
|Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung, öffentlicher Raum, nachhaltige Mobilitätskultur||4/3.01|