With the Aarhus city report, we will take a closer look at the municipality. As the second largest and one of the ten happiest cities in Europe, Aarhus is known above all for a good cultural and gastronomic scene, a lively nightlife and numerous sights and attractions such as the summer residence of the Danish royal family Marselisborg Castle, the ARoS Art Museum, the open-air museum Den Gamle By or the Cathedral of Aarhus. Many students have settled in Aarhus, which gives the city a very youthful atmosphere. In general, the population is expected to grow to around 330,000 by 2030. With the growing population, the challenges in the mobility sector are also increasing, as driving is a very popular form of transport in Aarhus, especially among commuters. Due to an even more inefficient public transport system, in which private transport services are not integrated, residents in the greater Aarhus area regularly drive their private cars into the city. As a result, there is an increase in traffic and congestion, as most people sit alone in the car and at the same time buses on the same route are hardly used.