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Discover the four most important reasons for protecting the environment by bus


Lowest CO2 emissions

The Federal Environment Agency (UBA) has officially measured that in Germany, bus travel produces the lowest greenhouse gas emissions of all motorised means of transport. Even going by train causes more CO2 emissions per passenger and kilometre travelled than bus travel. Not to mention cars and planes, which produce many times more greenhouse gases.

Reduced environmental impact

The use of motorised means of transport is associated with different impacts on nature. These can be calculated in the form of so-called environmental costs and thus made measurable. The result: According to the Federal Environment Agency, the bus is the mode of transport with the lowest impact on natural resources in the overall consideration of modes of transport.


Lowest burden on the general public

The bus, as a motorised means of transport, also scores best in terms of so-called external costs. In concrete terms, this means that taxpayers are financially burdened the least by the bus - for example for the consequences of noise and accidents (calculation carried out by the Pro-Rail Alliance).

Flexible in use and without space consumption

Buses relieve the roads. In contrast to the expansion of rail transport, the traffic turnaround with buses is quick and does not consume any new land, for example for additional routes In public transport, the bus is also the performance engine of our time: new lines can be set up and services created quickly

One bus replaces up to 30 cars - saving exhaust fumes, noise and space.


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