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Open Access Bus on demand ‐ ein Mobilitätskonzept mit Zukunft: Das Reallabor Schorndorf zieht nach dem Testbetrieb Bilanz

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Busfahren ohne Haltestellen, festgelegte Route und festen Fahrplan ‐ der Bus on demand kommt erst dann, wenn man ihn bestellt. Das Reallabor Schorndorf hat das innovative Mobilitätskonzept in der schwäbischen Stadt Schorndorf getestet.

Keywords: on-demand mobility; public transport; real-world laboratory; transdisciplinarity

Document Type: Communications

Publication date: January 1, 2019

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