Comprehensive Mobility Services Guarantee (FLADEMO)

The Research Unit of Transport Planning and Technology, opens an external URL in a new window (Institute for Transport Sciences) and the Research Unit of Law (Institute for Spatial Planning) of the TU Wien join forces with the Institute for Transport and Logistics Management, opens an external URL in a new window of the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), Elke Szalai, opens an external URL in a new window ("Planung & Vielfalt") and the Austrian Institute of Economic Research, opens an external URL in a new window to investigate the concept of a comprehensive mobility service guarantee. The project is funded by the Austrian Research promotion Agency, opens an external URL in a new window (FFG).

The project aims to provide a definition for a mobility service guarantee in the Austrian context. It shall be explored how the mobility needs of the Austrian population can be met while combating climate change through the "traffic turn" and restrictions on car traffic. The implementation of such a guaranteed public shall encourage the transformation of the Austrian transport system mobility service, enabling sustainable and climate-friendly mobility in all parts of the country. 

The Research Unit of Law will focus on a legal-dogmatic and legal-political analysis to determine how and at what level of our legal system a definition of a comprehensive mobility service guarantee could be enshrined and what the potential consequences would be.

Duration: 03/2021 - 02/2022

Further details available at: FFG, opens an external URL in a new window | TISS, opens an external URL in a new window 

Train platform in Vienna with passengers waiting

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Contact

Photo - Prof. Damjanovic

Univ.Prof. Mag.iur. Dr.iur.

Dragana Damjanovic

LL.M. (Berkeley)