• Smart Mobility: What can Munich and Hamburg learn from each other?

    Online networking event with keynotes and panel discussion - search underway for sustainable smart city projects
  • Wunder Mobility launches new podcast on future of transport

    Wunder Mobility launches new podcast by Gunnar Froh on successes, hopes and setbacks
  • Rush on Hamburg's grants for cargo bikes

    #moinzukunft - funds of EUR 700,000 exhausted after half an hour
  • Hochbahn to purchase 50 hydrogen buses

    Company issues tender for more climate-friendly vehicles - goal of emission-free bus fleet by 2030
  • EUR 47 million for electric mobility in Hamburg

    The German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) is putting EUR 47 million towards the conversion of public transport to electromobility in Hamburg. Jochen Flasbarth, State Secretary, handed over the confirmation Friday (July 31, 2020) to Hamburger Hochbahn AG...

  • Hamburg to become model of digital mobility

    Launch of Hamburg's real digital mobility labs - Andreas Scheuer, Germany's Minister of Transport presents concept
  • HVV launches "Switch App" to boost mobility transition

    Hamburger Hochbahn AG (Hochbahn) and the Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV) launched a beta version of the new HVV Switch App (formerly Switchh) Tuesday (June 29, 2020). The new app bundles all the mobility offers in Hamburg making it the “digital heart of the Hamburg-Takt”, said Anjes Tjarks, Senator...

  • Awards for Hamburg's mobility projects

    The German Ministry of Economics (BMWi) has honoured two Hamburg-based projects focusing on inner-city mobility as part of the Innovation Prize for Real Laboratories, a press release said Tuesday (May 26, 2020). The ministry honoured nine out of 125 entries in the categories “Retrospectives...

  • Coronavirus crisis to boost the private car?

    CEO and founder of the Hamburg-based design and communications consultancy Mutabor: “This crisis is likely to boost the car as a means of mobility.”
  • HEAT ends first test phase successfully

    The first phase of the Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation (HEAT) research and development project has ended successfully, a press release said Monday (September 9, 2019). Test runs of the autonomous minibus began in August along a fixed route in HafenCity without passengers, but with a...