23rd April 2020
Within the project TERMINAL we would like to determine the acceptance of self-driving vehicles by potential users, so that we can come closer to our goal of optimising cross-border commuter traffic in the Greater Region through automated, demand-oriented and public mobility offers.
At this point your opinion is requested: Do you consider self-driving vehicles to be a sustainable and economic transport solution for future mobility or are they just an utopic vision?
Share your visions of future mobility with us!
Take about 20 minutes of your time for our survey and improve the mobility of the Greater Region.
We count on you!
Your details will of course be treated strictly confidentially. The research-related results will be used exclusively in anonymous form in publications.
26th March 2020
Due to the corona crisis and the lack of commuter traffic to Luxembourg, we have currently suspended our survey among users of cross-border bus lines.
As soon as working conditions normalise, you will be able to participate in our survey again.
Therefore, the prize draw will be postponed to a later date. Thank you for your understanding.
27th February 2020
In order to optimize cross-border commuter traffic between France, Luxembourg and Germany with the TERMINAL test project by means of automated and demand-oriented public mobility offers, the Technical University of Kaiserslautern will conduct an online survey starting in March 2020. The survey is intended to record mobility habits in order to find out how commuters are confronted with innovative mobility offers and which concept best meets their needs.
Help us to help shape the mobility of tomorrow and answer our questions.
You will make an important contribution to the success of our test project! 40 Powerbanks will be raffled among all participants.
Survey in German
Survey in English
Survey in French
22nd and 24th January 2020
In the TERMINAL project, future and sustainable mobility concepts (robo-services) are to be researched. For this purpose it is important to determine the needs and preferences of different user groups.
This is the reason why the imove institute of the TU Kaiserslautern together with the htw saar conduct workshops with students, students, professionals, seniors and persons with reduced mobility.
With the support of the company MOGEoK and the personal commitment of its managing director Mrs. Ann-Christin Koch, two insightful workshops with REHA participants have been carried out.
We would like to thank MOGEoK and all participants!