Ein nachhaltiges Mobilitätskonzept für den urbanen Raum / A sustainable mobility concept for urban areas

Sarah Müller

Labor Faserverbundtechnik / Fiber Composites Laboratory

September / September - 2021

Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg

Bachelor of Arts


Bi:baik is a flexible alternative to e-scooters or bulky bicycles. Thanks to its compact and lightweight design, it is an ideal companion for short urban journeys, which also helps to ease the burden on car traffic. Hardly any other topic is currently the subject of so much discussion as that of so-called sustainable mobility. Daily road traffic, the associated traffic jams, noise, stress and exhaust fumes are a burden on people and the environment. It is essential to find innovative solutions that relieve the roads and make traveling without a car more attractive. At the same time, it is crucial to integrate regional, natural and rapidly renewable materials to reduce plastic consumption in transportation. How to further exploit the product cycle through approaches such as sharing and repair is also part of this work. Existing solutions such as e-scooters, folding bicycles and unicycles were investigated and sharing services in cities were looked at.