In order to answer raised questions and to achieve said goals new innovative training concepts and formats need to be developed covering new Electric mobility technologies, components and mobility services, such as, for example, car-sharing or –pooling or transport mode switching. These issues need to be tested during driving school lessons and electric vehicle training lessons and then, accompanied by TU Berlin ancillary research, studied, analyzed and -given feedback- further developed and improved. These Teaching and learning modules called ‘integrated mobility’ shall be integrated as complementary part of the new training regulations (converted into law) of the Federal Provinces of Germany, conducted by the Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development, if and when the efforts merit the results.
The project partners agreed to make use of the TU Berlin /IVP developed Scenario
“Essential changes compared to today’s mobility have been taken place. A distinct preference for inter- and multimodal mobility determine this scenario. The role of an own car declined. Individual mobility is still highly valued – but is mostly performed as multi- und intermodal mobility. Small and very small electric cars play a prominent role.”
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