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Your Roads to the Future are Developed in Our Laboratory


Did You Know?

It Affects Us All.
Our Future at Salzburg Verkehr.

Buses In The Federal State Of Salzburg
Of the total of 566 buses in the federal state of Salzburg, 365 operate in regional transport. Of the 201 buses on behalf of the city of Salzburg, 130 run as trolley buses.
Trains Every Day
Every day in the federal state of Salzburg, 74 local and regional trains are operated by Austrian federal railways (ÖBB), Salzburg local railway (SLB), Pinzgauer local railway (PLB) and Murtalbahn.
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GPS points recorded per day

The data are recorded by the floating car data system of Salzburg Research and used in the calculation of the picture of the transport situation for Salzburg.

Counting Stations
Around the clock, 64 counting stations record motor vehicles and cyclists on the roads and cycle paths of the city of Salzburg.
Cycle Paths City Salzburg
60 percent of the 436 kilometres of cycle paths in the city of Salzburg have been designated as “comfortable”, 30 percent as “usable” and only nine percent as “poor” (these nine percent incidentally also include all routes over listed cobblestones). One percent is not recorded.
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What Do We Do?

New Projects for Mobility Solutions of the Future will Emerge from the Mobility Laboratory.

Mobility laboratory networks all the relevant stakeholders and helps them to develop their potential. New innovations should therefore be instigated, which make a central contribution to the intelligent organisation of passenger mobility in the urban and surrounding regions.

Read more about this subject is a point of contact for citizens, experts and companies of any stakeholder groups to network and to raise their concerns in the mobility sector, or to become actively involved in the projects through customer journey and citizen participation processes.

The ideas submitted are disseminated via the mobility laboratory, so that various partners can get together on a new project.

On the one hand, existing mobility data can then be contributed through the mobility laboratory for these projects; on the other hand, test environments can be offered for trials of the systems and prototypes.

In all cases, the aim is to develop projects that can then ideally be adopted in a live system. With sustainable mobility solutions, the traffic problem in and around the city of Salzburg should therefore be gradually resolved.

Our Tools

We Support Projects with Special Databases.

Our research partners offer special services from their research developments. Business and industry can therefore use specific data for their projects, which are currently available only in our test environments.

Research Partners

Projects can test their prototypes and systems in real traffic, on defined roads, squares and stations. This should make the project results easier to transfer to real use.

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We Use Live Laboratories to Test Innovative Ideas in a Real Environment.

Go to the Live Laboratory

We Find Solutions, Together with Research, Industry and Business.

Go to Our Partners

Our Vision

We Pursue Ambitious Goals to Improve Your Future in Transport.

Our vision is to reduce and reorganise the traffic in the city of Salzburg and to operate it in a way that is environmentally friendly. In the future, you should therefore reach your destination more quickly and conveniently, regardless of the means of transport, and quality of life in the city should improve.

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Your Idea

Do You Want to Play an Active Part in Shaping the Future of Transport in Salzburg?

This is where you can share your ideas for the future design of transport in Salzburg or sign up for active involvement in our citizen participation processes.

Get in touch

“Mobility has undergone continuous development in recent years. In the future too, further innovations will be needed, in order to make improvements in this key area. With we therefore hope to initiate new projects in conjunction with research and ultimately also to put the positive findings into practice.”
Provincial Councillor Stefan Schnöll

“Research and development have been and remain the principal drivers in the development of our mobility. has our full support to drive forward research and actually implement the results.”
Deputy Mayor Barbara Unterkofler

“Right now is the best time to play an active part in shaping the future. The new mobility laboratory should reveal ways for us to make the best possible success of the mobility revolution.”
Johannes Gfrerer, Director, Salzburger Verkehrsverbund GmbH