Solving Traffic Problems & Making Mobility Sustainable Together

The Inzell Initiative, a cooperation between the State Capital of Munich and the BMW Group, brings together key players from government, industry and science to implement forward-looking solutions for sustainable mobility in the city of Munich. > more

Dieter Reiter, Lord Mayor State Capital of Munich  
Patron of the Inzell Initiative

Peter Schwarzenbauer, Member of the Executive Board, BMW AG
Patron of the Inzell Initiative

Focus Topics

The Inzell Initiative is a contribution to meet the City of Munich's sustainability goals, especially to deal with traffic planning challenges and to create quality livable urban space. The basic fundamentals of this issue are elaborated in six different Inzell focus themes. These strategic fields of action are broad-based across-the-board measures, addressing up major challenges of modern mobility in Munich.

Electromobility

Electromobility is a major factor in achieving sustainable mobility. Electric cars will be a strategic building block to achieve intelligent, multimodal mobility concepts for the future.

Electromobility

Delivery Traffic

More and more online orders, more packages, more delivery traffic – a worldwide development which is increasing in Munich, too. Inzell is working on approaches to make commercial traffic more environmentally friendly.

Delivery Traffic

Parking Space

The subject of parking is a central part of the cooperative activities of the Inzell Initiative. The partners are exploring possibilities to further development of parking space management.

Parking Space

Company Mobility

760,000 commuters travel many miles every day in the booming city of Munich. Channeling that commuter traffic efficiently is an important step for a sustainable transport system.

Company Mobility

Multimodal Offers

A top-notch multimodal mobility bouquet, involving public transport in combination with carsharing and bicycles, has the potential to give people an alternative to do without using their own POV in highly dense inner city areas.

Multimodal Offers

Traffic Outside City Limits

Traffic is transcending and growing beyond the city limits in Munich, as well. In the Inzell Initiative, partners from the city and environs work on joint measures together.

Traffic Outside City Limits

E-Alliance
Advancing Electromobility in Munich


With the founding of E-Alliance Munich, a work and exchange platform between the relevant stakeholders of E-Mobility (administration, mobility providers, energy utilities), concrete implementation measures will be developed and agreed on to advance electromobility in Munich significantly.
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City2Share
Model quarter for sustainable urban electromobility in Munich


The project City2Share aims to achieve more efficient use of public streets in selected inner city quarters through innovative mobility concepts and the rezoning of parking space, to achieve greater quality of living and leisure activity.
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Parking Space Management
Improving Munich Parking Space Management


In the Parking Space Management Development Project, the project partners will explore new possibilities to reduce parking pressure thanks to target audience oriented organization of steering elements (visitors, residents, E-Mobility, CarSharing) as well as improvement of pricing thanks to new digital methods and payment functions.
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Fast Bike Connections
Fast Bike Connections in the North of Munich


This project involves examining a fast bike path for the pilot corridor Munich -Garching/Unterschleissheim, formulating exact route suggestions, including construction measures and cost estimates. The goal is an improved link of the inner city to the growth regions in the North of Munich (BMW, ex-army base real estate developments) and the bedroom communities in the North.
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Dynamic Park & Ride Info
Pilot Project for Dynamic Park & Ride information for Installations in the North of Munich.


This project involves installing an electronic Information system for Park & Ride installations in the North of Munich and providing real-time capacity forecasts. This will ensure greater transparency and customer acceptance, and as well as serving to optimize the distribution of Park & Ride traffic over space and time.
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Current Projects

A major goal of the Inzell Initiative is placing a premium of practical implementation. The cooperation of the Inzell Partners could make a considerable contribution to the Munich traffic system. > more

E-Alliance

Advancing Electromobility in Munich

> Project Description

E-Alliance

City2Share

Model quarter for sustainable urban electromobility in Munich

> Project Description

City2Share

Parking Space Management

Improving Munich Parking Space Management

> Project Description

Parking Space Management

With the founding of E-Alliance Munich, a work and exchange platform between the relevant stakeholders of E-Mobility (administration, mobility providers, energy utilities), concrete implementation measures will be developed and agreed on to advance electromobility in Munich significantly.

The project City2Share aims to achieve more efficient use of public streets in selected inner city quarters through innovative mobility concepts and the rezoning of parking space, to achieve greater quality of living and leisure activity.
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In the Parking Space Management Development Project, the project partners will explore new possibilities to reduce parking pressure thanks to target audience oriented organization of steering elements (visitors, residents, E-Mobility, CarSharing) as well as improvement of pricing thanks to new digital methods and payment functions.

Fast Bike Connections

Fast Bike Connections in the North of Munich

> Project Description

Fast Bike Connections

Dynamic Park & Ride Info

Pilot Project for Dynamic Park & Ride information for Installations in the North of Munich.

> Project Description

Dynamic Park & Ride Info

This project involves examining a fast bike path for the pilot corridor Munich -Garching/Unterschleissheim, formulating exact route suggestions, including construction measures and cost estimates. The goal is an improved link of the inner city to the growth regions in the North of Munich (BMW, ex-army base real estate developments) and the bedroom communities in the North.

This project involves installing an electronic Information system for Park & Ride installations in the North of Munich and providing real-time capacity forecasts. This will ensure greater transparency and customer acceptance, and as well as serving to optimize the distribution of Park & Ride traffic over space and time.