Our objective is to save natural resources, to reduce traffic-related emissions into the air, water and soil, to increase user comfort via sustainable mobility infrastructure and to strengthen the opportunities for efficient, affordable mobility.
Sustainable and intelligent traffic infrastructure enables users to select the mode of transport that best suits their individual needs. If the conditions necessary for using a wide variety of forms of mobility are established for the building, it is to be expected that the level of pollution and other negative impacts that usually result from motorised individual transport will be reduced. In addition, doing so increases user satisfaction with the site and the building, expands the availability of affordable mobility and encourages healthy bicycle and foot traffic.
|CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) OF THE UNITED NATIONS (UN)||CONTRIBUTION TO THE GERMAN SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY|
3.4 Reduction of premature death, promotion of good health/well-being
3.9 Effects of chemicals, air, water and soil contamination
9.1 Sustainable infrastructure
9.4 Modernisation of infrastructure and increased resource efficiency
11.2 Access to and expansion of affordable public transport
11.6 Reduction of environmental pollution in towns and cities
3.2.a/b Air pollution
13.1.a Climate protection
|13.2 Climate protection measures in guidelines, strategies and planning|
Rental systems (public or private)
Source of the „Sustainable Development Goals"-icons: www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/news/communications-material/