Listen, learn, act: BMW Group Dialogues culmination in Berlin.

Munich/Berlin. The BMW Group discourse array “Cities
in Progress” has reached a final end with a final stop in
Berlin on 15 and 16 Oct 2018. At prior events in Los Angeles,
Melbourne, Shenzhen and Rotterdam, attendees discussed issues on an
equal footing, with a concentration on listening and training from any other.
Initial projects were also launched.

Harald Krüger, Chairman of a Board of Management of BMW AG: “The
BMW Group is moulding a destiny of civic mobility. We are operative to
spin a products and services into solutions for a challenges
confronting civil areas worldwide. Our dialogues with city
decision-makers play an critical partial in this.”

The concentration here is on a core doubt of how mobility will develop in
a cities in a future. Demand for choice mobility concepts is
flourishing fast in large cities. Sustainable, connected and flexible
methods of ride are increasingly competing with required vehicles.

To offer a right solutions for each scenario, a BMW Group is
going directly to cities and articulate to member from politics,
business, institutes and universities, as good as residents.

Findings uncover that city dwellers design mobility services and
emission-free vehicles.

  • the infancy of stakeholders and other respondents (49%) expect
    a BMW Group to yield new mobility services in further to its
    existent products and services,
  • most stakeholders and respondents (45%) design a BMW product
    portfolio to primarily underline emission-free vehicles,
  • city dwellers would like to see emission-free car production
    (83% in Shenzhen, 62% in Los Angeles and 61% in Berlin).

Testing and scaling of tolerable mobility concepts in Berlin.

“The consult done a final of destiny mobility utterly clear,”
epitomised Dr.-Ing. Joachim Kolling, Head of Mobility and Energy
Services BMW Group. “In Berlin, for example, a BMW Group has already
launched several projects and initiatives, including a height New Mobility Berlin.”

The project, that will primarily be launched in dual districts of the
Charlottenburg entertain of a city, will exam opposite mobility
options in partnership with a Technical University of Berlin, the
City Administration, internal participants and residents.

Residents will have a event to get to know a many different
facets of new mobility services better. At a same time, a project
also seeks to denote and make a internal race some-more wakeful of
opposite ways to use open space.

As a subsequent step, a Berlin City Administration will modify 120
parking spaces per year, adult to 2021, into locally diluted mobility
points with charging infrastructure in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf.

In this way, a commentary of a “New Mobility Berlin” plan are
being evenly expanded. One of dual converted spaces will be
indifferent exclusively for carsharing vehicles.