March 29th – April 1st in Herisau/CH
40 delegates, 8 committee presidents, 3 presidents and up to 20 press group members came to Herisau (Canton Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Switzerland) to discuss different subjects within the umbrella topic “Traffic in Alpine Regions”.
General topic: Traffic in Alpine Regions
Subtopics (allocated to four committees)
KEY QUESTION: How can industrial traffic on roads be reduced in Alpine regions?
KEY QUESTION: How can people be persuaded to rely more on public transport when travelling throughout the Alps?
KEY QUESTION: How can the centres of Alpine towns be protected from too much individual traffic?
KEY QUESTION: Why is economy always rated higher than environment and health and what can be done to change that?