Challenge / Goal
Mülheim is a part of Cologne which is encircled by the river Rhine to the west, the motorway to the east and north, and
other major roads to the south. It can be characterised as a former industrial and working class area now changing into an area with media companies. The renovation of residential quarters leads to an increase of demand. With this increasing demand comes increasing traffic, which is a major problem. Traffic is caused by residents and commuters from surrounding areas of Cologne and nearby
cities such as Bonn and Düsseldorf as well as delivery traffic.
We want to encourage behavioural change from using a car towards more active modes of transport like walking and
cycling in connection with trams, trains and other environmental friendly modes of transport.
Mobility hubs will provide commuters and residents with a location, where you can easily find various kinds of transport, such as trams, trains, buses, taxis,
(e-)Car sharing, (e-)Bike-Sharing and parking lots with online management of parking spaces. There will be the possibility for the urban administration to regulate inner-city traffic by adjusting prices according to the demand and capacity. Mobility stations provide access to a range of transport options, improving the flexibility of urban mobility and reducing the need for private car ownership
Flyers were distributed to inform the citizens. Also local press was used to disseminate the information. Additionally, local videos are used.
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Planing Time: 0.5 - 1 years
Implementation Time: 2 - 5 years
Reducing GHG Emissions, Celsius
Improving traffic management, Celsius
Improving public transport accessibility, Celsius
Improving parking, Celsius
Promoting sustainable behavior, Celsius