Bremen’s Car Sharing Action Plan intends to at least double the number of car sharing users to 20,000 by 2020. The integrated strategy shows the strong support of the city administration to foster smart mobility. In practice, urban space is visibly reserved for shared cars and bikes, and so-called “mobil.punkts” are integrated mobility hubs for public transport, car and bike sharing. Read more here:

Fact and Figures

Did you know that in Germany:

  • Cargo bicycles, public transport and car sharing are becoming more popular in Germany as more households are getting rid of their cars
  • Berlin has 18 different commercial and private car sharing programs
  • Karlsruhe has the most car sharing vehicles per inhabitant
  • More than 380 German cities and municipalities have car sharing programs
  • Bicycle sharing programs are available in more than 40 German cities
  • One car-sharing vehicle can replace up to 11 private cars
  • Commercial car sharing started in Switzerland and Germany in 1987

Public Bike Sharing: Nextbike


Public bike sharing: DB Call-a-bike


Free-floating Carsharing: DriveNow by BMW


Station-based Carsharing: cambio


Free-floating Carsharing: Car2Go


DB Rent: Flinkster Call-a-bike



Free-Floating E-Carsharing Berlin:


Mobility App Moovel


Station-based Carsharing CiteeCar


Carpooling Blablacar


Autonetzer (Peer-to-Peer Carsharing)


ParkNow App San Francisco


HaCon (Hannover)

Take a tour by tram, bicycle and car-sharing through Bremen.
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