Mobile ideas for a changing society
The NMB project investigates the possibilities and limitations of local mobility.
Exemplary for Berlin, specific questions are raised on the Mierendorff-ISLAND and the Klausenerplatz-Kiez, in the Charlottenburg district:

• How do I move through my neighbourhood and across town as a youngster, professional or elderly person?
• What type of problems do we face and how can they be solved?
• Which kind and how much traffic do we want in our neighbourhood?
• What alternatives exist?
• Who can provide specific on-site support and how?
• How is mobility related to individual and public quality of life?

More urban quality of life
The Neue Mobilität Berlin (NMB) initiative’s ambition is to inspire local residents to add value to their own enironment through sustainable and innovative mobility concepts.
NMB strives to help inhabitants, professionals as well as other local actors to facilitate life through a more flexible mobility offers.

In the focus of the joint model project:
Encourage public debate on already existing future-oriented transport solutions for all people in the capital city.

Lead changing mobility behaviours
To recognise our habits and needs serves as an indicator for tomorrow’s means of transport:
• As a professional, will I have to rely on my own car in the future?
• How do I quickly and easily cope with everyday necessities as an elderly person
• How does my child safely get to school and across town during spare time?

Continuous technological progress expands the existing mobility offers allowing us to think about our mobility behavior:
• What mobility offers need to be offered to residents of the Mierendorff-ISLAND or the Klausenerplatz-Kiez to satisfy their individual mobility needs?


Founded in 2016, the "Neue Mobilität Berlin" project is growing steadily. As a results, more and more stakeholders are joining forces to expand the already initial core team consisting of the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district office, UG, the Berlin Agency for Electromobility (eMO), the Center Technology and Society (ZTG/TU Berlin) and BMW Group Urban Mobility.