LENA - Regional conference „e-bikes and nature tourism” in Tuttlingen


Within no time e-mobility has become one of the biggest trends nowadays. Within the role model “mobility” also the twelve municipalities as members of the Landscape Park Young Danube set out to work on the improvement of the infrastructure of e-bike charging stations in the Landscape Park. These are funded within the EU-project LENA.

The goal is to deepen this topic within a regional conference with the title “E-bikes and nature tourism” on Friday, 20th October 2017, beginning 2 p.m. in the civic hall Tuttlingen.

The conference addresses to people, who are interested in e-mobility and bike infrastructure for professional reasons or on private interest. Its purpose is mutual exchange of information and fostering networking between politics, economy, tourism and society.

As the speaker of the Landscape Park, Lord Mayor Michael Beck invites all stakeholders and private persons to take part in the regional conference.

Agenda for regional conference “e-bikes and nature tourism”

Within the EU-project LENA


Civic hall Tuttlingen, Friday, 20th October 2017


14:00                                    Reception


14:30                                    Official welcome, Mayor Willi Kamm


14:40                                    Information about the EU-project LENA

                                               Local Economy and NAture Conservation

                                               E-bikes and nature tourism

                                               Regine Guglielmo, planning office Planstatt Senner, Überlingen


15:00                                    Panel discussion

(Presentation: Johann Senner, planning office Planstatt Senner, Überlingen)


                                               Prof. Dr. Frank Allmendinger, university campus Tuttlingen

Walter Knittel, managing director Donaubergland Marketing
und Tourismus GmbH, Tuttlingen

Martin Schmidt, project manager for logistics, traffic, infrastructure, IHK (Chamber of industry and commerce) Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg, Villingen-Schwenningen

Henner Lamm, Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad Club (German Cyclist’s Association), Tuttlingen

Ralf Gagstatter, e-motion e-bike Premium Shop, Tuttlingen

Dieter Schaaf, e-manager, city of Tuttlingen


16:15                                    Workshops in world cafè

  • Topic 1: Networked mobility in the Landscape Park Young Danube
  • Topic 2: E-bikes as a driving force for local tourism
  • Topic 3: Networking through nature routes and increase in value of nature reserves

17:00                                    Presentation of the results in separate groups in the plenum


17:50                                    Joint announcement about “e-bikes and nature tourism”

                                               Final word, Dieter Schaaf, e-manager


From 18:00                         Meet & greet and snack

Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)