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Event note, 10 May 2019 (registration required) | City2Share is the theme of "Stadt.Begegnung - Quartier - Wohnen - Mobilität/Modellprojekte im Quartier und für das Wohnen"

The "Stadt.Begegnungen" are an event format of the forum man and traffic of the SRL, with which at the concrete place new and innovative possibilities of the integrated city and traffic development are discussed.

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13.07.2018 | Recommendation paper for municipalities "New concepts of (e-) delivery traffic in the cities".

Thirteen representatives of the municipalities, the City of Munich as a model municipality of "City2Share", representatives of the project partner United Parcel Service (UPS), the managing director of the Bundesverband Paket und Expresslogistik e. V., the project management of "City2Share" and employees of Difu have jointly developed recommendations for actions along the measures of "City2Share" in the area of (e-) delivery traffic.

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18.04.2018 | UPS now delivers its parcels in a special way

UPS now delivers the packages by bike. This is good for the air, the environment - and the balance sheet. This will make the city cleaner.

> Video: UPS Bicycle Fleet 2018
> Press articles, TZ

11.04.2018 | The city is not enough

The logistics company UPS considers the previous test run with cycling parcel carriers as a success - and would like to expand.

> Press article, Süddeutsche Zeitung

21.03.2018 | Zenettiplatz becomes a hub for modern mobility

Modern means of transport are to be bundled at Zenettiplatz in Isarvorstadt. Delivery traffic in the city is to become more sustainable and e-mobility is to take centre stage.

> Press article, Abendzeitung

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 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

September 2017 | New design for UPS mini-parcel depots

Sophie Baumgartner, a student at the Fashion & Design Academy Munich (AMD), is the winner of the design competition for the centrally located UPS mini-packet depots. On September 20th, the ceremonial unveiling of the containers took place.

> Article

13.07.2017 | City2Share press conference at Glockenbach, Munich

Official start of the active project phase on July 13th, 2017 in Glockenbach, Munich.

> Article

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.

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08.08.2016  |  CEP Service: New Pilot Project for Munich

BMW, Siemens and UPS participating in City2Share - Delivery bicycles in the field.

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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.

> Article

01.08.2016  |  A Look at the City of Tomorrow, with BMW i.

Research project City2Share networks electromobility and quality of life in Munich and Hamburg.

> Article