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Focus Areas

Maximilian Pfertner has worked at the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning since June 2017. He is a graduate of the international Master’s Program in Transportation Systems at TUM and works on intermodal and multimodal accessibility as well as on the analysis of integrated and innovative sustainable mobility concepts.

Curriculum

2019 -   Member of the working group 1.2.8 "Multi-  and Intermodality" at the German Road and Transportation Research Association (FGSV)
2017 -   Research Associate at the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning
2017     Master’s Thesis: “Evaluation of Mobility Stations in Würzburg - Perceptions, awareness, and effects on travel behavior, car ownership, and CO2 emissions”
2015     Internship at the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank (Canada)
2015 - 2017 Master’s program in Transportation Systems at TUM (specialization: Transportation Demand Management)
2013 - 2017 Working student at the Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning
2015     Bachelor’s Thesis: “Cycle Highways as a Means to Promote Sustainable Mobility in the Munich Area (“Radschnellwege zur Förderung nachhaltiger Mobilität im Raum München“)
2011 -   Bachelor’s program Environmental Engineering at TUM

Projects

ongoing EMMA - Empowering multi- and intermodal accessibility (more information)
  CIVITAS ECCENTRIC (more information)
finished Zugang zur Bahn (more information)
  Evaluation of Munich's first Mobility Station (more information)