“Dial-a-bus” meets “Mobility 4.0”
Subtitle: Learning from 40 years of flexible public transport
The first dial-a-bus service in Germany was launched in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance 40 years ago. It was the only one with a fully flexible operation in Germany. Since 1977/78, flexible services have been established in various forms. Today, they are reaching their next level of development: called “Shared Mobility” or “Pooling-on-Demand”. For this reason, the Nahverkehrsgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg (NVBW) is going to celebrate the 40th anniversary and invites you to come to Friedrichshafen.
There are discussion groups, open conversations and an exhibition. They want to look back on 40 years of “dial-a-bus services”, ask what they can learn from the experiences of the past and how they can use it for the future. They welcome guests and speakers from local transport planning, transport policy, transport authorities, providers, IT suppliers and other interested parties.
Location: Zeppelin Universität SeeCampus, Am Seemooser Horn 20, D-88045 Friedrichshafen
Friedrichshafen has its own small airport and can otherwise be reached by direct train services from Stuttgart, Basel, as well as by train and boat from Zurich (Switzerland).
Cost: €40 per person (incl. evening event)
Conference organization is supported by KCW. Please note that that it is held only in German. You can register online, using the online application form. If you have any further questions please consult Nora Husfeld from KCW (040/32 57 75-600, firstname.lastname@example.org).