VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!

Please do for us, yourself, or our city a favour and vote for URBAN MOBILITY BERLIN. We took part in the „Urban Mobility Challenge: Berlin 2030“ competition. just takes a few seconds: klick at the link → login to vote → vote: „excellent“ → finished *THANKS* and dont’t forget „verify e-mail address“. Make the city…

A Cybernetic Tool

  After developing a general understanding of future mobility, the next step is the creation of the research database about the different vehicles. So every transportation device will be categorized, rated and visualized in a comparable way. This comprehensive list will be called “The Toolbox”. Because here we have an overlooking catalogue of the different…

Personal Emotional Mobility

Check out Mikael Colville-Andersen’s amazing speach about Urban Cycling to understand the meaning of the headline: Personal Emotional Mobility. Not just that he point’s out how to market urban cycling and elaborates on the true value and meaning of being out in the city flowing around on a bicycle (shoulder to shoulder with your fellow citizens)…

Berliner Fahrradschau. Great!

Some impressions from Berliner Fahrradschau happening last weekend. It’s the fifth time, the bike scene gathers together to celebrate this one vehicle: The bicycle! More on the fashion and lifestyle side the event covers every aspect about riding culture. BMX, MTB, Trail, Fixie and Co: all the different bike scenes under one roof. The latest…

A Great Event About Urban Riding Culture – March 22nd

See you there! More information at berlinerfahrradschau.de Ever since it moved into the picturesque halls of the postal freight depot at the STATION-Berlin on Gleisdreieck in 2010, the BERLINER FAHRRADSCHAU has established itself as a contemporary and independent trade fair for bicycle culture and lifestyle. Urban bicycle themes, bicycle accessories, and bicycle fashion are the special…

One year of urban biking in Berlin

This morning I joined a seminar with Till Nagel. One of his amazing projects was a little gift to his mother, where he mapped his monthly bike ride – visualized a little postcard from the data an sent it back to his mother. Nice! Check out his amazing work on urban data visualizations at tillnagel.com