The STARS project is happy to invite you to an expert workshop on Friday, 7 December 2018 in Bremen (with optional site-visit on 6 December afternoon). The one-day workshop will give insight into recent STARS research on different car sharing variants, their use, their impact on mobility behaviour and their attractiveness to different target groups. Through presentations and open discussions
The English version of the report on the impacts of car sharing in Bremen (Germany) is avalaible here. The City of Bremen is part of the 9 partners involved in the STARS project. Discover who they are here.
After being a car sharing success story in the Northern German harbour city of Bremen, ‘mobil.punkt’ has just been rolled out in the Norwegian city of Bergen. Launched in 2003, the first experiments with this integrated car sharing station on public street space quickly became a pilot service in Bremen. The city’s strategy was as successful as simple: “Bringing car sharing
The City of Bremen is a forerunner in integrating car sharing into urban development and in its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP). Already in 2009, the City Council got its ‘Car Sharing Action Plan’ adopted. In 2009, the target of 20,000 car sharing users by 2020 looked extremely ambitious – meaning to quadruple the figure of about 5,000 users in