ITS Strategy

ITS Strategy Hamburg

ITS Strategy for Hamburg

After the Senate ratified a progress report in 2018, Hamburg is already becoming a city of the future.

ITS Strategy for Hamburg

Development and Implementation of Measures

On 29 April 2016, Frank Horch, Hamburg’s former Senator for Economy, Transport and Innovation, introduced the ITS Strategy to the media. Dr. Sebastian Saxe (head of services at Hamburg Port Authority), Martin Huber (head of the State Office for Traffic and Roads), Henrik Falk (chairman of HOCHBAHN AG) and Harry Evers (CEO of ITS Germany GmbH) joined him.       

Hamburg aims to use digitalisation to find traffic solutions

On 26 April 2016 the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg has ratified a strategy to utilise digital technology to make the traffic of the future safer, cleaner, more efficient and more comfortable.
This strategy paper constitutes the foundation for increasing the structured use of information and communication technology as well as innovative traffic solutions. Together with associations, businesses and research institutions, digital change is to be furthered gainfully.  

Six fields of action to reach future goals

Some important aims of the ITS Strategy are increased traffic security and steady traffic flow, as well as reducing negative effects on the environment. These aims are to be pursued via six different fields of action to further innovations: data and information, smart traffic management and control, intelligent infrastructure, smart parking, mobility as a service, as well as automatic and interconnected driving.   

Progress Report released in June 2018

On 19 June 2018 the Senate ratified a progress report concerning the ITS Strategy. The report further develops strategies and defines the six fields of action until 2021 and respectively 2030.

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