Traffic turnaround: This is how it can still succeed – economy

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Max Haegler

Do you remember spring 2020? The corona virus made its way from Wuhan to the world. Not even three months after the first flare-up, it had reached Germany – and paralyzed: the sidewalks were rolled up everywhere. This graphic expression fits: people drove a lot less in lockdown. It was quiet in the cities, relaxed on the freeways, of course the number of accidents went down in those days, and the air was fresh. And pop-up bike lanes have been designated everywhere with a few quick brushstrokes.

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