The district of North Friesland aimed at the formation of so-called cooperation spaces in order to adapt the infrastructures of general interest to the changed conditions and to be able to offer them in the appropriate quantity and quality in the future.
Demographic change is one of the most important challenges for the future.
Cooperation room concept
The cooperation space concept describes the extent and quality of the supply services to be provided, makes statements on suitable infrastructure locations in the sense of "demographically viable", "centrally located", and "readily available" and makes proposals for the spatial layout of the cooperation rooms.
The integrated mobility concept includes both conventional public transport services as well as innovative proposals for solutions, such as: Mobility offers based on civic action or approaches from the field of electromobility.
The findings gained in North Friesland are now included in the model project initiated by BMVI "Long-term safeguarding of supply and mobility in rural areas" with 20 other regions.