Category Archives: Mobility

Rural Mobility

All the world is talking about e-mobility – expecting wonders ahead by self-driving cars and ‘computers on 4 wheels’, as some assume. The truth is: these visions are created by urban people, and they are valid only for a special … Continue reading

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European Mobility Week 2017

Again European Mobility Week. This year from 16-22 September. And again, the focus lies on cities and urban areas. How come, the country side and rural areas are not even mentioned? This year’s focal theme is “Clean, shared and intelligent.” … Continue reading

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Breaking News

One year ago, we first reported about the EU’s „Do The Right Mix“ campaign. Their logo still is without horses. This could change. In October 2015, Ismail Ertug, Member of the European Parliament and Coordinator of the S&D Group in … Continue reading

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Summertime

It’s holiday season. Tourists come to visit the beauties of Bavaria. One of the highlights is ‘Schloss Herrenchiemsee’, one of the castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria on Herren-chiemsee, an island in the beautiful lake Chiemsee. It is situated … Continue reading

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What a success story

It’s been 23 years that Ernst Rommel-Kronmiller, a Swabian horse carriage driver, offered a few days’ test run of horse-drawn flower watering service in Schwäbisch Gmünd, a town of 60.000 inhabitants and lots of green spots in its historic town … Continue reading

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Relax and enjoy the jingling bells– in horse bus shuttles in winter landscape

What to do when cars are forbidden or impossible to drive? … but you have to transport ski equipment? Avoriaz in France is a place where you not only can see the alternative but enjoy it, too. In this mountain … Continue reading

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Natural Horse Power drives out of Traffic Trap

Conventional problems when dropping and picking up kids at school or kindergarten: congestion by private cars, peak consumption of fossil energy with stop-and-go traffic, air pollution. La Chapelle-Gaceline in Britanny, France, shows another way. In 2009 Nayak, a tall, friendly … Continue reading

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