VADUZ – representatives of IG Mobiles Liechtenstein have teamed up with the parties and with future mobility – in the context of sustainable spatial planning. A strategic advisory committee was formed with the aim of getting a sustainable and holistic overall transport solution for Liechtenstein off the ground.
The background: IG Mobiles Liechtenstein is an interest group with a total of around 30 members from all eleven Liechtenstein communities, which was formed last year in the interests of a sustainable future of mobility for Liechtenstein. After saying no to the S-Bahn, the IG members emphasized that they would continue to advocate sustainable solutions.
As a result, the IG core group developed a “comprehensive, holistic project idea”, as stated in a statement on Tuesday. In doing so, mobility is symbiotically linked to spatial planning. The first solutions have already been presented to those of people and institutions as well as all five parties. They have also made representations to the government. These recent underground transport solutions in the area and explicitly referred in a report and motion to the solution of IG Mobiles Liechtenstein.
Formation of a non-partisan “strategic advisory body”
So far, according to its own statement, the IG has without exception fallen on “very fertile and positive ground, the collected inputs have also been incorporated into the concept. It has also become clear that a national alliance is necessary for a sustainable and successful future of mobility.
Therefore, the five parties would have to have agreed on a common approach and decided that the government should be entrusted with a joint mandate by all four parliamentary groups with the cooperation of the DU. For this “Sustainable and Holistic Spatial and Mobility Concept Liechtenstein”, the following strategic advisory committee was formed from the people:
- Herbert Elkuch (DPL)
- Jack Quaderer (DU)
- Daniel Oehry (FBP)
- Georg Kaufmann (FL)
- Dagmar Bühler-Nigsch (VU)
- Donath Oehri, Johannes Kaiser (IG Mobile Liechtenstein)
According to the notification, the strategic advisory committee WILL be accompanied, moderated and supported in the basic work by Donath Oehri and Johannes Kaiser until further notice.
Project should be presented soon
However, the authorities still leave details open. The communication only reveals so much: “There are no selective traffic solution variants, but a sustainable living space design that gets its real essence through the form of mobility.”
“Very soon” the entire population is to be informed about the concept by the monitoring committee and included in further developments.
The conceptual vision is “based on new or changed approaches with a future-oriented mindset”, the communication goes on to say. It is important to those responsible that with the concept
- Contaminated sites and killer criteria or emotional hot spots are not set as a starting point from the outset;
- We work on project solutions with changed thinking patterns, instead of meeting challenges with long-serving solution reflexes;
- forms a multimodal die basis, which relies on the equivalence of all mobility approaches (motor vehicle, public transport, bicycle, pedestrian);
- the landscape of needs is tailored to Liechtenstein: local and yet regional in the sense of a sustainable solution;
- not additional rare soil IS consumed, but landscape and habitat are returned;
- Thinking and acting for the entire population of Liechtenstein is built on a profit system, THAT Liechtenstein will guarantee security and prosperity in the future too.