Aral AG has transformed a fuel station into a mobility hub in the centre of Berlin. Petrol and electric vehicles cannot only be filled up or charged there, a wide range of sharing and micromobility offers are also available.
Oberbillwerder offers a unique opportunity to translate a future vision of mobility into reality. How does the urban space of the future work?
Mobility hubs, which are considered in the context of new neighborhood developments, could be viable pioneers for a multimodal transportation system.
The Berlin-based start-up offers electric car charging sockets at street lamps. Through a cooperation with oil muliti Shell, new impulses could also take place in the German infrastructure landscape.
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