The year 2020 has also brought public transport more into focus. Some dramatic declines in ridership have led to new discussions about the need to expand services. At the same time, there are calls to tap new potential through more individuality. What began with on-call buses and on-demand services has long since evolved into the flexibilization of core elements such as timetables, routes and vehicles, using the possibilities of digitization. In some cases, public transport is increasingly reminiscent of private transport, which, conversely, is becoming more and more "public", for example through transparent sharing solutions with intelligent vehicle sharing.The discussion about the inclusion of sharing transport in the PBefG exemplifies the difficulties of describing, designing and controlling these structures with established structures and models of transport economics. The development of new control and design instruments is therefore necessary.Be there when experts from politics, science and industry lecture and discuss the future of passenger transport services at the invitation of Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences and the DVWG!