From SmartHubs
Revision as of 08:16, 27 February 2023 by Admin (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

First draft.png

central urban hub (a large hub in the city center, e.g. railway station)
planned: cargo bike sharing, parcel station
Short Description

Our main focus is to integrate passenger and freight transport, by placing Access points (UPS) and cargo bicycles near public transport stops and bike-sharing stations. Additional cargo bikes will be provided for renting. The value added of a personal “mobility consultant” will be examined, targeting elderly and digitally limited skilled population groups. A “Wish”list will be available for a co-design of the stations

Munich, Germany
Loading map...
Living Lab
Physical Integration
Level 0 (target: unknown)
Definition 0 (No physical integration): One shared transport mode, not at walking distance to public transport, no integration between the modes. No universal design criteria are considered
Digital Integration
Level 0 (target: unknown)
Definition 0 (No digital integration): No digital integration of shared and public transport mode options offered at the hub. There are separate services and platforms for each mode. No universal design criteria are required
Democratic Integration
Level 0 (target: unknown)
Definition 0 (No involvement): No involvement or consideration of stakeholder interests and user needs.
1 PT service:
1 shared service:
Bike sharing
1 mobility-related service:
Self-service bike repair station
Research Projects


1,400,000 in 2019
(Prognosis: 1,600,000 in 2040)
13,400,000 in 2020
(Prognosis: 13,700,000 in 2040)
Local Governance

Municipality of Munich (Landeshauptstadt München)

Local Administration:

  • Mobility Department (Mobilitätsreferat) Georg Dunkel (no party)
  • Mobility Department, Unit for Shared Mobility
  • Building Department (Baureferat)

Local Public or Private Stakeholders:

  • Stadtwerke München GmbH incl. Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft (MVG)

Local Networks:

  • European Metropolitan Region Munich (EMM)
  • Deutsche Plattform für Mobilitätsmanagement (DEPOMM) e.V. (Germany wide)
  • Platform 'Wir bewegen Bayern'
  • AG Shared Mobility
  • Inzell Initiative
  • Civitas, Eurocities,
Regional Governance
Federal State of Bavaria (Freistaat Bayern)
Regional Administration:

Bavarian State Ministry for Housing, Construction and Transport Bavarian, Minister: Kerstin Schreyer (CSU)

  • Department 6 'Connected mobility and public transport'
Regional Public or Private Stakeholders:
  • Münchner Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund GmbH (MVV)
  • several regional PT providers
National Governance

Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr, Minister: Volker Wissing (FDP)

Local or regional transport development plans
Mobility Strategy 2035 ('Mobilitätsstrategie 2035', only in German) (2021)
Time frame of document: 2021-2035
Author: City of Munich, Mobility Department
Main characteristics:

Mobility Strategy as central document for mobility planning in Munich. It replaces old versions of mobility devolpmentplans (Verkehrsentwicklungsplan, VEP). Overall goals of the strategy:

  • at least 80% of inner-city traffic by emission-free vehicles, PT, cycling or walking by 2025
  • climate neutrality until 2035
  • additional specialized goals in sub-strategies

Planned: 19 sub-strategies

  • one per mode (PT, walking, cycling, shared mobility + MaaS, individual motorized traffic)
  • additionally on specific topics, such as safety, justice, digitalization, financing, regional traffic, etc.
  • Strategy on Shared Mobility + MaaS decided on in 2022
Policies regarding multimodality or mobility hubs:

See Strategy on Shared Mobility and MaaS

Sub-Strategy Shared Mobility (only in German) (2022)
Author: City of Munich, Mobility Department
Main characteristics:

The Sub-Strategy Shared Mobility is part of the overall mobility strategy 2035, see above.

Policies regarding multimodality or mobility hubs:

Goal for 2026: Built at least 100-200 mobility hubs in the municipal area of Munich.

  • working group 'shared mobility' will meet regularly (every second meeting with representatives of the political parties)
  • citizens will be involved in the implementation process of the strategy
  • Existing hubs will be transferred into the new concept
  • a regional expansion of mobility points will be supported in cooperation with the MVV and MVG
  • building department supports with equipment and signage

Related policies:

  • all providers (public and private) shall be included and be booked over one central platform shall include
  • regulation of car-sharing will be revised
  • 600 parking spots for station-based and 1.000 for free-floating car-sharing will be defined until 2026
  • strengthened regulation on eScooters