Nine billion people are carried on average via regular scheduled transport in Germany annually. Roughly six times as many routes are traveled by automobiles in this country. While mobility for people is becoming increasingly important, it consumes enormous resources as well. The main component is the networking of vehicles with other vehicles, traffic management nodes, traffic lights, and local public transit. Information technologies help to deal efficiently with time and energy resources as well to protect the environment and ensuring safety. Traffic scheduling for all transportation modes, which increasingly use cooperative models and mode sharing, creates new latitude. In the near future, even the dream of highly automated driving will become reality. For electric vehicles, it is no longer a question of what new power trains will be used in the future, but also how to intelligently arrange supply and maintenance infrastructure.