D er Showdown is imminent: The climate cabinet will meet next week. A comprehensive package of measures is to be published on Friday, September 20, 2019. Gradually it seeps through with which ideas the participants want to contribute. Now the concept of the Federal Ministry of Transport (BMVI) became known. According to the 'Süddeutscher Zeitung', Andreas Scheuer's (CSU) department is putting together a package that should lead to a reduction in CO2 emissions of 58 to 69 million tons (today: 160 million tons) by 2030 in the transport sector. The concept primarily contains funding measures and could grow to a volume of up to 75 billion euros. Here are the plans in detail:equip; this should probably be reinforced. The aim of the efforts is to enable a closer cycle and to better coordinate the individual trains. In the concept of “Germany-Taktes” - to put it simply - trains should run in each direction every hour at the same minute in junction stations. This should make long waiting times at train stations a thing of the past - and train travel should become more attractive. The plan is to put around 20 billion euros into this project by 2030.
Plans of the Ministry of Transport