International Relations

The capital region of Germany is already a pioneer in innovative and sustainable mobility. Many actors from business, science, politics and administration are working together in different projects to push electromobility. These projects cover a broad spectrum of applications for integrated mobility options and future-oriented drive systems: from motorized vehicles for private households to fleets of carsharing, public transportation and commercial vehicles, as well as electric freight transport by truck, van and cargo bike.

Cooperation with international metropolis and regions in Europe, America and Asia were getting more important over the last few years. The most relevant issues are:

  • Buildup and establishment of a sustainable information and best-practise exchange,
  • Development of cross-national projects,
  • Networking to promote new business,
  • Promotion of sustainable mobility concepts and mobility solutions made in Berlin-Brandenburg.


© Neue Mobilität Berlin
05/15/2017 | News International

Pilot projects in Charlottenburg

The growing number of vehicles traveling the streets is increasingly becoming a problem, and not just when searching for a parking space. Seeking to create space, residents around Mierendorffplatz and Klausenerplatz in Charlottenburg have launched a bold experiment: doing without their own cars.

© FTB-Werbefotografie
05/15/2017 | News International

Berlin’s test field for automated driving

TU professor Sahin Albayrak, director of the DIGINET-PS project, sheds some light on the future of automated driving. A networked urban infrastructure test field is currently being developed and implemented along Straße des 17. Juni in collaboration with eMO and others.


Berlin is not a typical German auto city. But it nevertheless provides the ideal breeding ground for the startup scene that will define the future of mobility. The digital capital is already working hard to revolutionize the auto industry.


Franziska Ehrhardt
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Membership in international networks