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District launches mascot competition for mobility in Wendland

Hello Mobi mascot, we are looking for you. Reference to a drawing competition for a mascot for mobility in Wendland

Who could it be? What could it be? What could it look like? And above all: What could it be called? These are the questions the employees of "WendlandMobil" in the Lüchow-Dannenberg district are currently asking themselves. They are looking for a smart mascot for mobility in Wendland. And in this search, every resident can...

From 02.04.2024 - New timetables for school transport

After the Easter holidays (from Tuesday, 2 April 2024), LSE GmbH will adjust the timetables for school transport on some bus routes. This is due to changes to the school start and end times at KGS-Clenze and the schools in Hitzacker. The journey times for some of the journeys will be shifted. Other journeys will be cancelled. These adjustments are the result of...

Young commitment to mobility & climate protection - FÖJ place with us available now!

This year, the district's Climate Protection & Mobility Department is once again a placement centre for the Voluntary Ecological Year and is looking for a volunteer. Last year, FÖJ volunteer Johann actively supported us in the team. In addition to actively supporting projects and campaigns relating to mobility, one of his main tasks was to provide mobility advice in the...

Sponsors wanted for CITY CYCLING 2024!

The cycling competition "CITY CYCLING - Cycling for a good climate" is running in Lüchow-Dannenberg this year from 12 August to 1 September 2024. Sponsors are still being sought for the prizes to be awarded to the most committed cyclists. The aim of the competition is to cycle as many kilometres as possible during the three-week...

Another warning strike at LSE: district-wide bus cancellations on 29.2. and 01.03.2024

Symbolic image for bus transport strike

The district's own transport company Lüchow-Schmarsauer Eisenbahn (LSE) is once again on strike. On Thursday and Friday (29 February and 1 March 2024), numerous public transport journeys in the Lüchow-Dannenberg district, including school transport, will be cancelled. However, the journeys for which LSE has commissioned subcontractors will take place reliably. You can find out which journeys are running reliably despite the strike...

The municipality of Gartow lends out wheelchair bikes!

"VeloPlus" wheelchair bike is available for hire in Gartow The joint municipality of Gartow offers the opportunity to hire a VeloPlus bike specially designed for transporting wheelchair users on a donation basis. Wheelchair users do not have to leave their wheelchair, but can be rolled onto the loading area in a seated position and secured there easily and safely. This makes trips uncomplicated...

Strike at the LSE - Overview of journeys

Symbolic image of public transport strike

The district was informed in the late morning of 16 February 2024 about the strike at LSE from Monday morning, 19 February 2024 to Tuesday evening, 20 February 2024. You can find out which journeys will reliably take place despite the strike by clicking on the following link https://wendlandmobil.de/wp-content/uploads/Fahrten_1920_0224.pdf The district has endeavoured to cover the remaining journeys, but in this case it cannot be guaranteed that...

Strike at the LSE

Symbolic image strike 3

Numerous bus journeys in the Lüchow-Dannenberg district will be cancelled on Friday as the Verdi trade union has called for a public transport strike. According to LSE, this will affect the regional bus route 7000 (Lüchow-Uelzen), route 8100 (Dannenberg-Dahlenburg) and the on-call bus service. Individual journeys on routes 8040 (Lüchow-Salzwedel), 8600 (Lüchow-Gartow) and 8700 (Dannenberg-Gartow) will also be cancelled. Buses from other transport companies (e.g. RBB, Irro, PVGS)...

Bus routes run differently due to flooding

Flood

Due to flooding, the LSE cannot run regular services on lines 8600 and 8700. No stops are cancelled but there is a diversion of about 30 minutes. The route no longer runs directly from Meetschow to Vietze but from Meetschow via Quarnstedt, Brünkendorf to Vietze. The final stop Neu Darchau can be used temporarily on the 8800 line.

Free travel for all pupils, trainees and volunteers

From the start of the 2023/2024 school year, all schoolchildren, trainees and voluntary service workers who are at home in Lüchow-Dannenberg will be able to use the buses in the region free of charge. The district council members have agreed to the corresponding proposal. Against the background of the necessary transport turnaround, the district of Lüchow-Dannenberg has set itself the goal of making public transport attractive and affordable as part of the...

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