Germany to develop “world’s most modern public transport system”
Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt told the Passauer Neue Presse that Germany will have the word’s most modern transport system by 2025, with electric vehicles and automated buses playing a key role, FAZ reports. “In order to further improve air quality in metropolitan areas, we do not need to ban cars, but rather electrify those vehicles that are intensively on the road every day in the inner city,” Dobrindt said.
Read the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung article in German here.
Read a CLEW article on innovation in German transport systems here.