Blog | 9-Euro-Ticket: Those interested and travelers should know this

From car to bus: The 9 euro ticket aims to free people from high fuel prices and entice them on public transport. Here you can see the traffic on Karlstrasse between the Zinser triangle and the Neckar bridge. Image: Ulmer

Pliezhausen: When the stadium becomes a lounge

8:27 am: In 1972, Pliezhausen took what was then the fourth athletics track in Baden-Württemberg after Stuttgart, Sindelfingen and Heidenheim. And moved since then World record holders, Olympic champions and young talents. The arena has experienced a lot, from the twisted road meetings to the high flight of TSV footballers, the intervention of the triathlon in the 1980s to the school competition “Young people train for the Olympics” – a look back.

Environment: In the future the owners will also pay for the heating costs

8:17 paradite: The next heating bill could be a debacle for many people in Germany. Oil and gas prices are rising rapidly and there seems to be no end to this development due to the war in Ukraine. Moreover, there are additional costs to climate protection – due to the tax on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. From next year, the price of CO2 divided between landlord and tenant according to a level model. This is how the new model works.

Many food banks across the country have empty shelves

8.10 am: Shelves on food banks are increasingly empty. In Karlsruhe recently had to the police come and calm the upset people, because a bar was already sold out in the afternoon. “People living in poverty live in fear of getting nothing,” says Udo Engelhardt.

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Tübingen Perugia partner city: The ear as the key to the world

7.50 am: bodies as healthy as the footprints of passing creatures: David Monacchi, an environmental activist with a microphone, has been eavesdropping on nature for decadesunderstands their noises as music or translates them into music.

Kerstin Pätzold: Employees must share prosperity

7.20 am: Kerstin Pätzold did not come from the desk, she did from the university to the metal industry union, then in the German Federation of Trade Unions. She has been its regional manager in Reutlingen since early February.

“You can only achieve something if you put pressure on it,” new DGB regional manager Kerstin Pätzold told the TAGBLATT editorial office in Tübingen. Image: Klaus Franke

9-Euro-Ticket: Answers to the most important questions for travelers

6.30 am: From June 1, the 9 euro ticket will be valid throughout the country for local and regional transport. Bahn, Naldo and Tübinger Stadtwerke are working on implementation. But what does this mean for travelers? Where is it worth? What about those who have already paid an annual subscription or a student ticket? Here’s what you need to know now.

Schönbuch Main Airport: The End of a “Crazy Idea”

6.21 paradite: 50 years ago resistance against reached its peak a large airport in Schönbuch at a protest in Dettenhausen. As a result, the country established its first natural park – a look back at a successful and far-reaching resistance.

Tübingen: Researchers look at how fish think

6.11 paradite: They are three small millimeters Zebra fish larvae, which is being researched by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen. The Neuroscience and Systems Neuroengineering research group is pursuing various questions: For example, what is the rate of awakening and sleep of animals? How do they orient themselves in space? How do they perceive food? And most of all: What ‘s going on in their brains with all this?

With sophisticated microscope technology, the brain activity of zebrafish larvae can be examined while they swim freely.  Image: MPI

With sophisticated microscope technology, the brain activity of zebrafish larvae can be examined while they swim freely. Image: MPI

Corona: Incidence has increased again

Time 6: Good morning from the online newsroom. First, as usual, a look at Corona numbers from yesterday. Incidents have now risen again after the alleged under-registration during the Easter holidays.

district of Tubingen

  • new infections: 294
  • total of cases: 67274
  • Seven-day incidence: 906 (+122.1)
  • Dead: 245
  • Patients in the clinic / of which intensive: 36/9 (34/8)

district of Reutlingen

  • new infections: 362
  • total of cases: 91277
  • Seven-day incidence: 699.1 (+47.3)
  • Dead: 437 (+1)
  • Patients in the clinic / of which intensive: 27/1


  • Incidence of hospitalization: 4.9 (+0.7)
  • Coronavirus patients in intensive care units: 171 (-11)
  • Seven-day incidence: 746.2 (+76.7)

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