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Cycling in Germany is booming

Parliamentary State Secretary Norbert Barthle

"The invention of the bicycle by Karl Drais in 1817 was probably also the start of the first mobility revolution of the modern age. Today, the bicycle is on the fast track and its popularity is increasing like that of no other means of transport. It stands for successful innovation, modernity and future. Cycling is being particularly promoted by the spread of digital technology. A growing number of IT-based services are making cycling more accessible, simpler and increasing the comfort of cyclists."

Norbert Barthle, Member of the German Bundestag, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure

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Mobility

Germany’s waterways – economic factors and natural areas

 Enak Ferlemann, Parlamentarischer Staatssekretär

"We are developing Germany’s waterways: where the transport load in the core network is high, we are investing in its expansion. Our aim is an efficient infrastructure and a logistics sector that benefits from the most up-to-date digital safety and communications technologies. We will upgrade minor waterways, which no longer play a significant role for freight transport, for leisure and recreational purposes, and take the protection of the environment to an entirely new level."

Enak Ferlemann, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure

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Digital Matters

From the digital towards the gigabit society

Bundesminister Alexander Dobrindt (Quelle: Bundesregierung / Kugler)

"We are investing in the development of the gigabit society. For this purpose, we need high-speed Internet access for everyone - everywhere in Germany. We are increasing the federal funding programme for the roll-out of high-speed networks providing universal coverage by 1.3 billion euros. Thus, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure is providing a total of 4 billion euros for high-speed Internet."

Alexander Dobrindt, Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure

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