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the Federal transport Minister, Andreas Scheuer has underlined his rejection of the speed limits on motorways. The “picture on Sunday”, said the CSU politician: “the principle of freedom has proven its worth. Who wants to go 120, to 120. Who wants to drive faster, must also. What is the approach of the constant nannying?“ A speed limit on the motorways would reduce, therefore, according to Scheuer, the total CO2 emissions in Germany by less than 0.5 percent. With a view to the safety aspect, the Minister said: “German highways are the safest roads in the world.”

about 30 percent of the highway miles, namely, 7640, would have a speed limit, 18.150 km none. Scheuer told the newspaper: “the System of recommended speed works and has proven itself.”

shy wants to mobility data was one of to use

Recently had become Considerations for a climate working group of the Federal government known, to which a speed limit of 130 kilometers per hour on motorways. Scheuer said that such proposals be understood “against every man”.

The Minister suggested at the same time, congestion in towns and cities with mobility data from car drivers, to counteract. “If a lot of users would provide personal, anonymized mobility data, this would allow cities to plan transport policy, so that people are less in a traffic jam. The citizens must trust the state.“ So you could develop better mobility and could get an even cleaner air.

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