Neue Mobilität Berlin (NMB) examines the possibilities and limitations of local mobility.

Exemplary for Berlin, specific questions are asked in the Charlottenburg district, on the Mierendorff-ISLAND and the Klausenerplatz-Kiez:

  • 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 and how much traffic do we want in our neighbourhood?
  • What alternatives exist?
  • Who can provide specific on-site support and how?

Last but not least:

  • How is mobility related to individual and public quality of life?

The goal: great quality of urban life

The NMB project wants to inspire locals to upgrade their own environment in a sustainable way through innovative mobility concepts.

The project team:

  • District Office of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
  • UG (limited liability)
  • Berlin Agency for Electromobility eMO
  • Center for Technology and Society (ZTG/TU Berlin)
  • Competence Center for Urban Mobility (BMW Group)

NMB strives to help inhabitants, local professionals as well as other local actors to facilitate life through more flexible mobility.

In the focus of the pilot project:

Public debate on future-oriented, already existing transport solutions for all citizens.