A major focus of the work is the consideration of new sustainable mobility solutions for efficient and safe passenger and freight transport, such as the use of driverless vehicles in flexible, demand-oriented operating concepts. Flexible, demand-oriented stops will be of increasing importance in the future. The digitalization and virtualization of transport infrastructure elements can make a contribution here. The innovative vehicle functions, virtualised traffic infrastructures and optimised traffic control systems developed by ViVre are tested in simulation and in real traffic in the "Application Platform for Intelligent Mobility" (AIM) test field. Furthermore, a guideline for the development and construction of future mixed-physical-virtual traffic infrastructures for connected and automated driving in urban and rural areas will be developed. The focus is on relieving the burden on public space, linking the modes of transport in individual and public transport, and studies on the introduction strategy for regular operation.