Please get in touch with:

Rolf Mienkus
CEO at insel-projekt.berlin UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
tel.: +49 (0) 30 34092530
e-mail: mail@insel-projekt.berlin

The project "Neue Mobilität Berlin" showed exemplarily, how the German Car Sharing Act effective from September 2017, can be applied within our neighborhoods. For this purpose, two carsharing parking spots were set up on Tauroggener Straße and a temporary (until September 30, 2017) hangout and event location called "Garden Lounge" was put in place on Mindener Straße.

This is a way to enable local authorities to increase the availability of carsharing vehicles by redesignating parking spaces into carsharing locations.

Within the scope of the project "Neue Mobilität Berlin", the district of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf wants to test the feasibility of the Car Sharing Act on the Mierendorff-Island and in the Klausenerplatz-Kiez. For each car that has verifiably been deregistered, a parking spot should be redesigned for carsharing, rentable electric cargo bikes, bike sharing or similar purposes.

The conversion of 1% of existing parking spaces, according to a traffic simulator of the Technical University (TU) Berlin, gives a noticeable relief of the parking situation in both pilot neighborhoods.

Studies by the city administration of Munich and Vienna show that one carsharing vehicle can replace up to six private cars. An important indication of how the lack of space can be reduced in growing cities where the pressure for parking spots constantly increases.

From August 28 to September 10, 2016, alternative uses of public space and different mobility offers were put in place in the pilot neighbourhoods Mierendorff-Island and Klausenerplatz-Kiez to provide more quality of life to residents. We would like to praise the car owners that parked their cars at a location outside the pilot areas for the duration of the action weeks. Thanks to them, space for a temporary redesign of parking areas was available, without losing any parking spaces or adding further parking pressure in the neighbourhoods. Most importantly, they agreed to test their own mobility behaviors for two weeks without their private car.

Two parking spots per pilot area were redesigned for carsharing purposes, to ensure availability of vehicles for those who moved their private car to a different parking space.

The action weeks were conceived by local residents and entrepreneurs in three public meetings. Ideas for improving mobility and urban life have been developed and implemented, in accorance with local public space regulations.

Upon request of local residents, Jenny Wieland (BVV member, BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN) asked at the City District Council Assembly of Charlottenburg on September 15, 2016: “May the garden lounge remain in the Mierendorff-Kiez?”. The related request was sent to the Committee for Urban Development and approved without amendments at the meeting on September 25, 2016, as well as at the BVV follow-up meeting on December 15, 2016.

No, this seating/garden lounge was developed following the call for more quality of life on public street space of local residents. The project has been worked on in 3 public meetings on the Mierendorff-ISLAND (2016) and upon conclusion the garden lounge seemed to be the most suitable solution.

Such participatory processes might have completely different outcomes elsewhere. We assume that each district is confronted with different challenges and that alternative approaches for more mobility and togetherness in the neighborhood will surely be part of it. You can always reach out to your district office to find out if there are any ongoing projects regarding this topic.



Carsharing, preferably electric, is an important measure for local and global environment protection.




Electric scooters are growing in popularity! They have been standing and riding around town for some time. Simply register via app, navigate intuitively and enjoy dolce vita on the street!


Since Berlin's coverage of station-based and free-floating bicycle sharing has been significantly increased, many tourists and locals spontaneously use this classic of individual transport.


Meanwhile, some neighbors have already had good experiences with LARS, the electric cargo bike.

It can transport 2-4 children as well as dogs with a maximum load up of 100 kg. Rent it now through our agent Michael Kujawski: +49 (0)176 96869157


Whether it is Segways, which fly across town stabilized as if by magic, or innovative transport concepts for the urban man of today and tomorrow - engineers' imagination seems to know no limits! In the project NEUE MOBILITÄT BERLIN, you have the chance to get to know the developers personally.


How do we want to get around town in the future?

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What type of mobility offer suits you best?

Extensive surveys, public discussion sessions and workshops were carried out during the course of the project to find out what type of mobility offers are preferred by people and how user friendly these should be.
Results were directly used to generate measures for improved access to different mobility offers on the Mierendorff-ISLAND and the Klausenerplatz-Kiez pilot neighbourhoods. These are also applicable to other parts of Berlin.





You are convinced that you don't need your car anymore and that Berlin's mobility mix gets you wherever you need to be?


MARTIN BURTH (59), father of three
Owns an Opel as family car:
- Annual mileage: max. 8.000 km
- Main purpose: bulk purchases once a month


"If the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district sets up a carsharing parking spot within 50 meters of my apartment, I will deregister my car!"


In the fall of 2017, a new law on carsharing takes effect and allows municipalities to redesign parking spaces for alternative forms of use. Oliver Schruoffeneger, city district councillor for urban development, construction and environment in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, wants to reward those who get rid of their car (and many other neighbours) in a 1:1 trade with a carsharing parking lot.


ANDREA KASTENS-P. (49), mother of two
- Sold her family car
- Alternative means of transportation: bicycle, rental electric cargo bike
- Main purpose: way to work, transport her dog + small loads


"As an allotment holder on the Mierendorff-Island with a place of residence at the Sophie-Charlotte-Platz, I actually relieved two districts of when I sold my car. Now, to travel short distances I rent an electric cargo bike, which is provided as part of the project NEUE MOBILITÄT BERLIN (NMB). For weekend trips to Berlin's outskirts I use carsharing offers.



Since May 2017, the research project "Distribute - green neighborhood supply chains for the city of tomorrow" has been running at Technical University (TU) Berlin, publicly sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Within the next three years, the steadily increasing freight transport should be shifted from trucks to electro cargo bikes in the two pilot neghborhoods "Mierendorff-ISLAND" and "Klausenerplatz-Kiez". When the vehicles are not used for deliveries, companies as well as individuals can rent them.


ROLF MIENKUS (49),  father of two
Got rid of his Ford Focus Tournament at the end of 2016:
- Annual mileage: max. 6000 km
- Main purpose: trips to Berlin's surrounding area, transporting paddle
boats, annual leave


"Without my own car I am more aware of my driving behavior. I am most likely making use of carsharing to transport heavy loads or to travel longer distances. Most of my everyday trips I do by bicycle or LARS, a rental electro cargo bike.

What is still missing is an app, through which I can spot, book and end rentals of any type of vehicle of all mobility service providers! "


To get an overview of most mobility services around you, it is worth taking a look at the VBB live map. Here you can track the movements of all public transport, regional and long-distance transport in Berlin and Brandenburg, as well as the availability of car and bike sharing. Parking lots including park & ride and taxis can also be conveniently located with the browser-based application.

For the actual rental of sharing vehicles, apps like Free2Move are of help. It allows you to register with several providers, book centrally and in certain cases also pay via the app.



We take up your wishes
for improved mobility and
more quality of life in the city!



You are running a project or a company with focus on mobility? Then become a NMB cooperation partner.



c/o insel-projekt.berlin UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Mindener Straße 22, 10589 Berlin, Germany


The project
"Neue Mobilität Berlin"

Since June 2016, we are working on the Mierendorff-ISLAND and around the Klausenerplatz on the reduction of the parking pressure in those areas. Residents who rarely use their private cars can abolish them and receive from the District Office of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf a free-floating car sharing car park in immediate vicinity of their home.


Neue Mobilität Berlin

information according to § 5 TMG

Mindener Str. 22
10589 Berlin

represented by
Rolf Mienkus (Manager)

Phone: +49 30 34092530
email: mail@insel-projekt.berlin

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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, insel-projekt.berlin UG, the Berlin Agency for Electromobility (eMO), the Center Technology and Society (ZTG/TU Berlin) and BMW Group Urban Mobility.