ReLUT - Research Lab for Urban Transport

In the Research Lab for Urban Transport (ReLUT), an interdisciplinary team of researchers works on current and future challenges of mobility. The research focuses on the development of economic and ecological solutions for new mobility models. In addition to the disciplines of transport planning and logistics, ReLUT combines a wide range of competencies: urban planning, social science, data science (Big Data), computer science (AI), geoinformation, law, automotive engineering and economics.

This interdisciplinarity distinguishes the ReLUT and makes it possible to look at the problems in mobility in a comprehensive and sustainable way. The team's expertise is complemented by the cooperation with national and international partners from science and practice. As a result, challenges in transport and logistics are studied worldwide and solutions are developed that improve the quality of life in cities and the surrounding areas, at home and abroad.

E Aktuelles aus dem ReLUT


5. BIH-Treffen

Das 5. BIH-Treffen, die Fachtagung für wissenschaftliche Beschäftigte und Nachwuchskräfte an Bauingenieur-Institutionen der Hochschulen, fand am 16. und 17. September 2021 an der Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences statt.


Instagram-Livestream mit „Hessen schafft Wissen“

Im Instagram-Livestream „Hessen schafft Wissen“ berichtete Dennis Knese am 12.01.2022 u. a. über seine Leidenschaft für nachhaltige Mobilität, über die Fahrradfreundlichkeit in Deutschland und über gute Praxisbeispiele aus den Niederlanden und Kolumbien.


Transport Planning

Economics and Data Science

Civil Law, European Economic Law and European Law

Prof. Dr.
Domenik Wendt
Building HoST, Room B 03 312
Fax : +49 69 1533-63876

Public Transport

Prof. Dr.
Josef Becker
Head of degree course: Infrastructure Management (M. Eng.)
Building HoST, Room B 03 319

Logistics and Production Management

Prof. Dr.
Kai-Oliver Schocke
Building 4, Room 202
Fax : +49 69 1533-2903

Economics and Data Science

Professor for Business Administration, Controlling and Logistics

Prof. Dr.
Benjamin Bierwirth
Head of degree course: Global Logistics (M.Sc.)
Building HoST, Room B 03 319

Sustainable Mobility and Cycling

Lola Freyer
Building HoST, Room B 03 318
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last updated on: 12.23.2021