Cargo bikes – larger, heavier, faster
Wednesday 11.45 am – 01.00 pm / Block D4
Technical progress makes it possible: Cargo bikes can carry more and more goods, and in some cases the boundaries between bicycle and motor vehicle are becoming blurred. What technical and regulatory developments are currently taking place within the EU and what does this mean for the planning of traffic routes and parking in German municipalities? What are the effects of the new dimensions and weights of cargo bikes on existing traffic? What role do different dimensions and speeds play with regard to cycle paths and what can municipalities do to reduce potential conflicts?
Varying speeds and vehicles on cycle paths – how does it work?
Burkhard Stork, Managing Director of the Cycling Industry Association (ZIV)
How does a city respond to new dimensions of vehicles?
Carola Pahl, City of Wiesbaden, Commercial Transport
The future development of e-cargo bikes using Onomotion as an example
Inga Töller, Onomotion
Karolin Zientarski, German Bicycle Logistics Association (Radlogistikverband)