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Berlin – Test Side Presentation

Hermann Bluemel Senate Department for Urban Development and Environmental Protection Berlin


  • Berlin test side – the members

  • Berlin test side – some basics

  • Berlin is different

  • Berlin – high share of green modes

  • Charging infrastructure in Berlin

  • Carsharing in Berlin

  • Use cases – overview

  • Peculiarities in Berlin

Berlin some structural basics
Berlin - some structural basics

  • Berlin and the metropolitan area are not growing (overall)

  • growing and shrinking nearby in the boroughs

  • high rate of exchange of inhabitants

  • greying of inhabitants, migration and segregation

  • population and employment density is very high in Berlin

  • small number of commuters in Berlin

  • Berlin is still in the process of overcoming the consequences of partition and economic upheaval

Berlin is different
Berlin is different

Road Transport

  • excellent infrastructure and capacities

  • traffic quality on arterial roads show no significant capacity problem

  • road transport is decreasing (based on detection)

  • congestion is rather unknown

  • cycling is a success story

    Public Transport

  • excellent infrastructure and excellent service quality

    Freight Transport

  • best infrastructure (road, rail, water)

Modal Share 2008

Public Transport








Source of Data: SrV 2008

high share of green modes

  • Decrease in car use

  • Constant public transport

  • Notable increase in cycling (+ 50% since 1998)

  • Projected Trends

    • Overall decrease in transport volumes

    • Further increase in cycling

    • Increasing demand for multimodal mobility (no strong attachment to individual modes)

charging infrastructure

  • 110 stations in 2011(limited public funding)

  • decrease in infrastructure

  • 300 stations expected end of 2013 due to public funding

Carsharing in berlin
carsharing in Berlin

6 operators of station based carsharing in Berlin

  • Greenwheels

  • DB-Flinkster

  • Cambio

  • stadtmobil

  • Hertz On Demand

  • Peugeot µ


  • ~ 1.900 vehicle (expected)

  • 27 e-cars

Operation areas of flexible carsharing

  • 2 operatorsof flexible carsharing in Berlin

    • DriveNow – BMW(350 vehicles)

    • Car2go – Daimler(1.000 vehicles)

    • introduction of first e-cars in 2012, bigger fleets expected in summer 2013

Peculiarities in berlin
Peculiarities in Berlin

  • Station basedcarsharing

  • Noonewaycarsharing EV hastobereturnedathomestation

  • User has an annualcardfor PT

5 of 7 service categories used
5 of 7 service categories used

Multimodal solution integrating electric car sharing and carpooling schemas. Will allow the user to book the electric part of the trip.

PTP · Personal Trip Planner

Offers the user advice on the most energy efficient way of recharging according price, origin of electricity, foreseen trips, battery status, etc.

PERA: Personal Recharging Advisor

Will integrate two groups of incentives: (i) those applied to any EV user. (ii) those depending on the user carbon footprint.

ITEM: Incentives to Electromobility

Combines carsharing with carpooling services at better prices.

ESS: EVSharpooling Support

EBIS: Electromobility Billing Support

NSE: Network Strategies for Electromobility

Integrates seamless ticket and billing facilities for electro-mobility.

Based on the real-time carbon emissions registered, applies traffic and public transport strategies in order to balance emissions and recover the acceptable values

PECA: Personal Carbon Footprint Advisor

Registers the user carbon footprint based on his/her behavior when using MOLECULES, and gives advice to enhance it.


Implementation roadmap
Implementation roadmap

Month 7

Month 10

Thank you very much

and see you in Berlin!


Senate Department for Urban Development and Environmental ProtectionAm Koellnischen Park 3

D-10179 Berlin

Hermann Bluemelphone +49-(0)30-9025-1512 [email protected]