Renewbility II continues Renewbility I. The previous project concluded that it is possible to reduce CO2 emissions from transport by 2030 by nearly 25% compared to 2005. This result can be achieved by a series of transport policies, for example the expansion of public transport services, an increase in truck tolls and fuel prices and an increased use of electric vehicles in passenger and commercial transport. Within Renewbility II, the data base will be updated, instruments will be developed and new packages of measures will be examined for their effectiveness. The focus is on:
As in the previous project, stakeholders are involved with identifying effective measures within the framework of a holistic strategy for a sustainable mobility. Representatives of the automotive industry, railway industry, energy sector, logistics sector and environmental NGOs are involved in defining the measure set. These external experts should develop a common scenario on a consensus basis, reflecting different positions within the transport sector.
For Renewbility II, the DLR - Institute of Transport Research is in charge of microscopic and macroscopic modeling of traffic demand in passenger and freight transport as well as for modeling the registrations of new passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
2010 - 2012