Federal Office for Spatial Development

Load (passengers) on the Swiss rail network (passenger traffic) 2050

Load (passengers) on the Swiss rail network (passenger traffic) 2050

Passengers transported by public transport on the Swiss rail network (including tram) in 2050. Daily values for average workday traffic (AWDT) and average daily traffic (ADT) as well as values for the morning peak hour (7h-8h, MPH) and evening peak hour (17h-18h, EPH). Source: Transport outlook 2050, Scenario Basis.Note: The values for MPH and EPH will be available in Q1/2022.

Federal Office for Spatial Development

Load (vehicles) on the Swiss road network (passengers and freight) 2050

Load (vehicles) on the Swiss road network (passengers and freight) 2050

Vehicles on the Swiss road network, divided into passenger cars (PW), delivery vehicles (LI), lorries (LW) and articulated lorries (LZ) in 2050. Daily values for average workday traffic (AWDT) and average daily traffic (ADT) as well as values for the morning peak hour (7h-8h, MPH) and evening peak hour (17h-18h, EPH). Source: Transport outlook 2050, Scenario Basis.Note: The values for MPH and EPH will be available in Q1/2022.

Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Climate scenarios for future indoor climate (SIA 2028)

Climate scenarios for future indoor climate (SIA 2028)

Based on the CH2018 climate change scenarios, physically consistent data on temperature, humidity, wind, and radiation were calculated at 45 stations on an hourly basis. These represent typical years (called Design Reference Years) and warm summers for the future. The data are available for the periods 2020-2049 and 2045-2074 for a number of greenhouse gas emission scenarios. Supplementing the climate data from SIA 2028, they provide an important basis for generating building simulations and were financed and compiled in joint projects by MeteoSwiss, the Building Department of the Canton of Zurich, FOEN, SIA, and HSLU.

Federal Office of Topography swisstopo

Road Map 1:200'000

Road Map 1:200'000

On the Road Map of Switzerland 1:200'000 is the traffic network highlighted and information for the motor vehicle driver is added (names and numbers of highways and their accesses, traffic regulations, transportation of cars by railway, car ferries, camp sites). The base map is based on the National Map 1:200'000. The map content is updated periodically in a cycle of 2 years. The map is published in analogue format as a printed map and in digital format as a pixel map.

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