Prior to joining our team, Wolfgang Aichinger worked as a sustainable mobility consultant, serving a variety of clients, including the Federal Environment Agency (UBA), the State of Baden-Württemberg, and the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ). From 2011 to 2014 he was employed as a research associate at the German Institute for Urbanism (Difu), where he researched electric vehicles and commercial transport, and helped to develop Germany’s National Cycling Plan. Wolfgang Aichinger holds an advanced degree in spatial planning from Vienna Technical University.
Deliberative Processes and Public Communications in Parking Management
Intelligent parking management can support the mobility transition in urban areas. Yet for parking management concepts to be successful, the deliberative processes and public communications [...]
The Future of Parking Management
Assessing the Effects of Digitisation on Parking and the Transformation of Transport
Transforming Urban Logistics
Urban freight is growing rapidly. How can its impact on the climate and the quality of life in cities be minimized?