When the study trip visited de Drom last week, we got a chance to see the citizen´s office, where the inhabitants of Kröpelin can get help with the ride-sharing system. We also got some information on how ride-sharing has developed in Tingsryd and Bützow. Last but not least, those interested could try riding a pedelec.
Thursday and Friday this week the final partner meeting took place in Rostock, Germany. The first day was a joint study trip hosted by the projects Elmos, that is focusing on electrical mobility, and Mobile Together. On the trip we learned more about pedelec stations and ride-sharing. The pictures below show our visit at our ride-sharing partner de Drom and the rural pedelec station in Klein Strömkendorf.
The last day of our final event was hosted by our partner Pferdemarktquartier. After the formal meeting was done, with quite a few interesting discussions on our experiences, an exciting and varied program rounded up the get-together. At first there was oil and mustard tasting. After that a visit to a restored church with solar cells and finally a walking tour in a beautiful forest with some historical relics.
The ride-sharing initiatives have been evaluated and the implementing partners have come up with strategies for implementing ride-sharing in new areas. Interested? Please take a look at our results in the final report, choose Reports from the menu on the left.
If you know Swedish and are curious of how ride-sharing has worked in five Swedish villages, check out the brand new report.
Energy Cities is writing about ride-sharing and our project Mobile Together:
Go to Urshult and talk about ride-sharing on Friday! More events on www.ridesharingday.com
Our project partner Pferdemarktquartier, as one of nine initiatives, got awarded yesterday for their commitment in rural areas by Germany’s Federal Minister of Environment. No surprise – their work on ride-sharing was one of the aspects that did the trick…
A recent poll shows that most of the users like their ride-sharing tool. The survey was conducted after six months of usage among users in five Swedish villages.
Ditt helhetsintryck av systemet? = Your over all impression of the system?
väldigt positivt = very positive
positivt = positive
neutralt = neutral
väldigt negativt = very negative
vet ej = don’t know
Information about the project.
No activity in the Swedish villages over the summer holidays, but unfortunately not much action afterwards either…