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9-Euro-Ticket: Brauchen wir einen kostenlosen ÖPNV? | 13 Fragen | unbubble

Aug 25, 2022

9-Euro-Ticket: Brauchen wir einen kostenlosen ÖPNV? | 13 Fragen | unbubble

I myself know people who at the end of the month have to look again and again at how they can somehow organize a few more spaghetti and tomato sauce who say hey now not nine

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s and 29

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s you can do it I find a bit disrespectful welcome to 310 questions we start Directly with the conflicting question, local public transport should be free for us if you say yes, best idea, then it will now go to the green field and if you say no, by no means thank you, it will be yellow, you are welcome to position yourself now, so I can to be honest, i don't remember that the pnv was ever celebrated as much as it was in the last three months, of course, that's clearly to blame for the fact that nine

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s were sold in the first month alone, 21 million special

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s were sold and the first analyzes clearly show that there were less fare dodgers in probably also because a lot more people could afford the

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this time but also less traffic jams in the big cities, even if there were some of them again on the train and in the buses, but in a few days it should be over with all that nine

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s was only a temporary measure of the so-called energy relief package the federal government but what does that mean now back to the old routine about the old prices about the cars why not just in

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forever or just completely free my guests are very divided on the question at the latest but that doesn’t have to mean that we don’t have a finding a compromise that can be at
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least a first step towards a socially just and climate-friendly traffic turnaround are here at least 13 questions first of all the question to you on which side of the field would you be green for free access or yellow for completely wrong way write me in the comments then it means for you from now on if you take part in this discussion of a person in an argument Agree then you are welcome to make that clear with your whole body with one movement if you are really upset about something that another person says or you simply do not agree and would like to make that clear then he takes a step back then I wish us a good discussion now fabian i would like to start with you what effect did the 9

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have on you personally how did it affect the way you use public transport i personally was very happy about the new

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i think i personally benefit but not at all now Sometimes as much of it as, for example, friends of mine, the current students, who could not afford very much in the last few months, who had to do something exciting again and again and then walked such distances of 56 kilometers in the city or grabbed a bike somewhere and of course don't forget we're all in this room in a lot erlei respect privileged many people who are not could really use in pnv for the first time in their lives i am of the opinion it should not be a privilege but a right that everyone in germany can perceive and i think that you can use the

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part too pressure on
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politicians and shows very clearly hey we're in the mood for

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pe nv please expand it and please make the cheap one more attractive heike you weren't as happy about the introduction of the new

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as you were before why then does it all sound like it does now really good what said or not well well i am still convinced that if the general conditions had been discussed in advance with the companies concerned then we would not have the problems with the new

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today we do not have the capacity again in stations still on the route, still in the car parks of the individual companies, to the point that we lack staff in rows, my req e rush nevertheless you just mentioned to prepare no exactly that was not the case so we were just as surprised by the new

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as i think the normal citizen and that is of course not nice even if the federal government is the owner of the company deutsche bahn ag there are enough private transport companies were just as surprised as we were and you should have just looked what do we have to do in advance so that we can also offer a

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to the population here is already kinked what do you say because the industry should have actually prepared the PV industry better for it well the offer came relatively quickly as part of the entl the federal government's relief package was many people are currently suffering from inflation as a result of the ukraine war and you have to relieve people in the short term and that's why this new
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came very quickly, of course it was a bit bumpy, but everyone put in a lot of effort in the companies and that's also a big credit to the whole industry that by and large worked out well of course we also need an expansion of better public transport and good working conditions for the people who work there but i don't think we have to play that off against each other i think that both are possible a good

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that is cheap maybe even free public transport in the future expansion of the offer people are keen on the traffic turnaround have a voucher to be climate-friendly by bus and train on the go all of Germany is talking about the treetops looking he is finally an alternative again and therefore needs it necessarily follow offers for that new

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heike what do you say about that i don't see that very clearly we have article 87 of the basic law it's clearly possible the federal government is responsible for the infrastructure he has criminally neglected this in the last two years it's actually happening there a bit but i think exactly these capacities where we need that means at train stations be route be it to the train parks it will take years until we are ready because we are not necessarily the first in the topic of traffic turnaround you have to be honest and say we should have started much earlier then we will definitely go much further today that's true, but we can't just deal with the past and only talk about the mistakes of the past the climate
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crisis is burning right now and we absolutely have to do more now and 30 million people in germany were already on the same terms almost 40 percent of germans on the way with the new

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this shows that many people are also up to date ll want to accept the offer what experiences has she had in the last few months with the new

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since she actually rode more trains and more buses she likes to write in the comments use only on one foot that means his home step forward because i completely agree we have made massive mistakes in the last not only ten years in the last 20 30 years when i look at that if that in 25 years a week i think they have completed 198 kilometers of motorway roads and somehow 1.3 kilometers of rails in comparison we just slept there and i just wanted to agree, that's why it was such a small step in the direction that michael rass shook his head, yes, i withdrew a bit because i didn't like the numbers that we now have as the first surveys for the new

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just not reading out that it has done much for the climate we have to bet at most 6% or passengers say i previously i would have used another means of transport than buses or trains and of these six percent only half are drivers only three percent on the other hand have many who drove now which is why additional buses or trains had to travel as well were what is also nice but if you look at the climate if the argument we did it to do something good for the climate i wouldn't be able
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to agree now the government has now raised great expectations everyone is talking about the fact that it now has to be extended but we have to see that a quarter of the budget that the federal government spends on public transport every year has swallowed up and we can only spend the

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once and that's why it will have to end because the federal government cannot finance it, frankly, I've taken a certain step backwards think you have to take a long-term view that n

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tics have a short-term measure i think there ss the short-term measure has persuaded many people to spontaneously get on the train or the subway or the bus, perhaps for leisure activities, not necessarily to go to work, but if that is positive and then people say it will work by train it worked by bus then i can win them in the long term if the quality is right of course also for everyday traffic what has quality is successful we have simply invested in road infrastructure for 70 years so we mustn’t let go of that then people will be a lot driving a car we now have to invest just as much with exactly the same impact in the bbv and in the usa and if, moreover, as more or less from church on the daughter tvs is also free, then it is all the better fabian bundes in berlin has just I've already told you how expensive everything has now become in the big city with the new

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and how much freer you can move could even if you couldn't afford the

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before or could only afford it with difficulty michael
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you live more in the countryside than it does because the people there have also benefited from the new

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i probably can't live more in the countryside in the country on the swabian alb it nine

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90 percent not in urban areas in berlin in stuttgart in reutlingen no matter where i sign it immediately i really make it easier to use if we don't invest in improvements in urban areas as well as in the countryside but then it will it's not more interesting that's not the n

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tic's problem that's the problem that the timetables on the long two lines have the problem of quality and i don't understand this logic of an eye for an eye tooth for a tooth just because a

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is just what gets you started must we not introduce it or because rural areas are being left behind rural areas are not being left behind and that 99 it that the problem is if i can answer it directly the problem is we are spending two and a half billion for this

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if you want to do it for social reasons everything is fine so if you say if you relieve the burden on the citizens who are now burdened with it but if we do that and making public transport more attractive better and moving it forward then with two and a half billion quarters of what the federal government spends on public transport in Germany every year I could do much more with two and a half billion in the structure and improve that’s why I say if we if we had put the money there we could have brought about improvements
for all people in the city as well as in the country but why does it always have to be either or especially when we look at the money we give up eight billion in subsidies every year for diesel fuel we all finance the construction of new roads in germany with our tax money e kilometers of new motorways will be built in the next few years all taxpayers will pay and for comparison almost 80 percent of people in germany live in cities very many people use public transport of course there are parts of germany that are very rural so it will be very difficult good build public transport but we are not allowed because this region exists everyone else says we are not making a good offer for you and if i look at how much money goes into car traffic how much do you want to subsidize then i think that is actually enough for public transport money should be there we can actually only discuss the new

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if we actually see the whole context and that means of course we have always backed the car in germany for generations public transport is purely a token event that means we subsidize it car three times as much as public transport that means we need one one quite and there is symmetry in the debate and then we can think about it if we have that, can public transport only become attractive if we take away the privileges from the car, psv is a service, like buses and trains as a whole, which have their price and as can be seen from research know the customers are willing to pay for
this, that means we can actually ask for money for this service, now of course it is up to the art of success how high and what are the special conditions frank luxembourg is the first country in the world to have local public transport I was actually in Luxembourg recently and you just go to the bus get on where you want and that's terrific if you just don't have to pay any money and the buses actually have a very high frequency, at least where I was driving are and every four minutes a new breast came, that means i also had the feeling that the public transport system could do it to me correct it again right away that it is very well developed what kind of experiences have you had with this model in luxembourg, is it going well so first of all you have to say that in luxembourg 2009/10 nobody wrote afterwards that the train or the bus is closed expensive is that was very cheap
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