09.01.2018 | E-Cargo Bike "Sigi" is now available for free!
The rental is organised via the “Freien Lastenradler” - a rental platform that manages various cargo bikes in Munich. The online calendar at www.freie-lastenradler.de shows the availability of the City2Share cargo bikes in real time. In the next step, the bike can easily and quickly be booked. Pick-up location is the bike shop “Espresso Cycling” in Jean-Paul-Richter-Straße in Sendling. When booking online, a password is generated, which you will be asked for by the employees of the shop.
> Press report
> Press photos
> Book “Sigi” online
07.12.2017 | "Sigi" on Tour – e-cargo bike and information on Christmas markets
Dialogue wheel "Sigi" is on its way. Come over and tell us on-site: What would your neighborhood need more of? Green spaces, more seating accommodation or more car and bike sharing supply. We are looking forward to seeing you!
> Article and dates
20.11.2017 | Results of the 1st citizen workshop and online participation
What do the citizens want?
The wishes of the citizens are manifold - and clear: they want quiet places for lunch break and a cozy summer evening. Seating is of paramount importance, "but no chairs, something much more relaxed". It should also be green, with many trees and even a moss wall as visual and noise protection to the street. Further: a bookcase, raised herbs beds and a rent station for cargo bikes and much more.
> Citizen workshop: Pictures
> Citizen workshop: Evaluation
> Online participation: Evaluation
> More info
June 2017 | Future urban mobility – target image of City2Share
The City2Share project is testing approaches of low-emission, multimodal and space-saving urban mobility. Based on these goals a target imaged is derived, to describe what mobility can look like in the future.
August 2016 | A Research Subject for Networked Mobility
The City2Share project aims to enable more efficient use of road space and an increase of leisure and residential quality in select inner city adjoining quarters by means of networking new mobility concepts with the existing traffic offers and participative approaches.