REEEM General Assembly26. November 2018
Climate resilience for island communities in Southeast Asia28. November 2018
Project duration: June 2018 – March 2019
In this project, we develop a basic concept for mobility around the future BER Airport in the district Dahme-Spreewald, southeast of Berlin. In particular, the potential for e-mobility in the airport region is to be determined and an intermodal platform will be created. This will include car-sharing concepts and public transport after the opening of the airport.
Several lead projects are to be implemented in which we test several concepts, together with actors from the region. Planning processes will be simulated and any missing components identified. Existing model projects in the airport region will also be included. An additional goal is to present the various mobility measures and opportunities around the airport in a bundled web map.
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RLI assumes the following tasks in this research project:
- Recording of the current state of mobility in the district of Dahme-Spreewald
- Determination of e-mobility potential
- Location of existing and future charging infrastructure
- Positioning and presentation of the results in a web map
- Development of evaluation criteria
- Identification and evaluation of possible mobility measures
- Determination of the savings potential for emissions for selected individual measures
- Conducting workshops with actors of the district
- Development of lead projects as well as their evaluation and prioritization