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.

> www.city2share.de
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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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Modellstadt 2030
Vision to improve the quality of life and mobility

What does a positive target picture look like for quality of life and mobility in the city and region of Munich? With the "Model City 2030", the partners of the Inzell Initiative have designed an ambitious process to initiate change together. Towards a mobility that works, feels good and is internationally presentable.

> Brochure "Modellstadt 2030"
> Folding plan "Modellstadt 2030"
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CIVITAS ECCENTRIC
Future-oriented mobility in urban city peripheries.

The CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project implements solutions for future-oriented mobility in urban peripheries. In the newly built urban quarter Domagkpark - Parkstadt Schwabing, new forms and offers of multimodal mobility are being developed with the aim of creating a better quality of life and ensuring complete mobility without the need for a car of one's own.

> www.muenchen.de/eccentric    
> http://civitas.eu/eccentric
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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.
> www.city2share.de

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

Modellstadt 2030

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

> Project Description

Modellstadt 2030

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.

What does a positive target picture look like for quality of life and mobility in the city and region of Munich? With the "Model City 2030", the partners of the Inzell Initiative have designed an ambitious process to initiate change together. Towards a mobility that works, feels good and is internationally presentable.  
> Brochure "Modellstadt 2030"    > Folding plan "Modellstadt 2030"

CIVITAS ECCENTRIC

Zukunftsorientierte Mobilität in städtischen Zentrumsrandlagen

> Projektbeschreibung

CIVITAS ECCENTRIC

The CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project implements solutions for future-oriented mobility in urban peripheries. In the newly built urban quarter Domagkpark - Parkstadt Schwabing, new forms and offers of multimodal mobility are being developed with the aim of creating a better quality of life and ensuring complete mobility without the need for a car of one's own.
> www.muenchen.de/eccentric    > http://civitas.eu/eccentric

Park & Ride Guidelines
Communal Guidelines on Planning, Building and Operating Park & Ride Installations


In order to facilitate switching from POVs to public transport, the Park & Ride regional workgroup was created as part of Inzell. It developed strategies for Park & Ride projects – payment and financing concepts, Park & Ride Information, and Park & Ride guidelines for communities. Two guidelines were published 2007, offering communities assistance in planning, building and operating Park & Ride installations in the form of practical advice.
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CarSharing Flanking Research
Analysis of Effects on Traffic of Flexible CarSharing


With three new providers, a new market of flexible and station-independent CarSharing programs has sprung up in Munich since 2011. New inner city CarSharing models were first discussed in Inzell work groups regarding their traffic and environmental effects, before the City of Munich launched a four-year pilot project. The Inzell Partners acted as catalysts to create necessary legal frameworks for flexible CarSharing.
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Intermodal Route Planner
Assistance Function for Mobility Options beyond the POV


In the project "Intermodal Route Planner", the cooperation partners developed a mobility assistant built in to vehicle navigation devices, which shows the driver mobility options beyond your own POV. It will especially provide customers information about possible transfer points to public transportation including departure times.
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Vision 2050. Munich Region
Shared Vision of all Participants for Traffic and Mobility in Munich


As part of this project, a shared vision was formulated to define strategies and areas of activity for long-term sustainable development of traffic and mobility in the Munich Region. The goal of the 50 participants involved from various organizations was to formulate the challenges and opportunities going forward. The project will lay the groundwork for the future thematic dirction of the Inzell Initiative.
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Bike Path Signs
Formulating a Directional Signage Concept for Munich Bike Paths


Since the various bike path direction signs are not adequately suited to the needs of an urban bike path network anymore, the Inzell Initiative defined a basic framework for a uniform signage concept. On this basis, after thorough examination, the City Construction Dept. issued a contract to formulate a directional signage concept. Implementation and installation was completed 2008.
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Parking Guidance System
Initializing Munich Parking Guidance Systems


As early as 1998, the Inzell Project Group "Parking Space Management" recommended implementing a parking guidance system together with the parking garage operators. After several years of conceptualization, planning and negotiations with parking garage operators, drivers can now be guided to avaliable parking spaces in Munich garages since 2006 – with almost 100, mostly dynamic digital billboards.
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ELISAtm – Stoplight Assistant
Stoplight Assistant, Field Test in Munich


In the ELISA TM project, a field test of stoplight assistants was conducted in Munich. The stoplight assistant provides the driver with forward-looking information which allows you to approach stoplights with optimum efficiency and adapt automatic engine start-stop to the stoplight's red phase and standstill period.
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Parking Space Management
Conception and Testing of Munich Parking Space Economy


The existing Parking Space Management in Munich is one of the key measures to emerge from the Inzell Initiative's conceptual work. The Inzell Project "Parking Space Management in Inner Cities“ was  expanded to other high-parking-traffic quarters of town after the test phase due to its great success.
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Dynamization of Green-Light Phases
Testing and Optimization of Stoplight Control in Selected Grid Sections


In the cooperation project Arrive, work on traffic guidance and traffic management systems was supported by Inzell, incl. testing and optimizing stoplight controls in various grid sections. Using industrial quality assurance methods, several traffic signal timing phases in Munich were significantly improved.
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Blue Zone
Concept for Uniform Rules for Parking and Delivery Traffic in the Downtown Area


With the Blue Zone concept, uniform rules were established for parking and delivery traffic in the downtown area. After a successful test phase in the Kreuzviertel district, the new "Blue Zone" traffic rules were introduced in the Hackenviertel and Graggenauviertel quarters on January 24, 2003. Thus the Blue Zone concept was extended to almost all the central downtown quarters.
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Middle Ring Signage
Optimization of Static Signage on Middle Ring

Traffic flow and capacity of the Red Route Middle Ring was studied 2003. The analysis shows definite optimization potential regarding static signage. A clear and easy-to-grasp traffic guidance concept is key for quick and unproblematic traffic flow. To this end, Inzell Initiative participants came up with proposals for improving the situation, which were also used in the new tunnel signs on the Middle Ring.
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Successfully Concluded Projects

Park & Ride Guidelines

Communal Guidelines on Planning, Building and Operating Park & Ride Installations

> Project Description

Park & Ride Guidelines

CarSharing Flanking Research

Analysis of Effects on Traffic of Flexible CarSharing

> Project Description

CarSharing Flanking Research

Intermodal Route Planner

Assistance Function for Mobility Options beyond the POV

> Project Description

Intermodal Route Planner

In order to facilitate switching from POVs to public transport, the Park & Ride regional workgroup was created as part of Inzell. It developed strategies for Park & Ride projects – payment and financing concepts, Park & Ride Information, and Park & Ride guidelines for communities. Two guidelines were published 2007, offering communities assistance in planning, building and operating Park & Ride installations in the form of practical advice.

With three new providers, a new market of flexible and station-independent CarSharing programs has sprung up in Munich since 2011. New inner city CarSharing models were first discussed in Inzell work groups regarding their traffic and environmental effects, before the City of Munich launched a four-year pilot project. The Inzell Partners acted as catalysts to create necessary legal frameworks for flexible CarSharing.

In the project "Intermodal Route Planner", the cooperation partners developed a mobility assistant built in to vehicle navigation devices, which shows the driver mobility options beyond your own POV. It will especially provide customers information about possible transfer points to public transportation including departure times.

Vision 2050. Munich Region

Shared Vision of all Participants for Traffic and Mobility in Munich

> Project Description

Vision 2050. Munich Region

Bike Path Signs

Formulating a Directional Signage Concept for Munich Bike Paths

> Project Description

Bike Path Signs

Parking Guidance System

Initializing Munich Parking Guidance Systems

> Project Description

Parking Guidance System

As part of this project, a shared vision was formulated to define strategies and areas of activity for long-term sustainable development of traffic and mobility in the Munich Region. The goal of the 50 participants involved from various organizations was to formulate the challenges and opportunities going forward. The project will lay the groundwork for the future thematic dirction of the Inzell Initiative.

Since the various bike path direction signs are not adequately suited to the needs of an urban bike path network anymore, the Inzell Initiative defined a basic framework for a uniform signage concept. On this basis, after thorough examination, the City Construction Dept. issued a contract to formulate a directional signage concept. Implementation and installation was completed 2008.

As early as 1998, the Inzell Project Group "Parking Space Management" recommended implementing a parking guidance system together with the parking garage operators. After several years of conceptualization, planning and negotiations with parking garage operators, drivers can now be guided to avaliable parking spaces in Munich garages since 2006 – with almost 100, mostly dynamic digital billboards.

ELISAtm – Stoplight Assistant

Stoplight Assistant, Field Test in Munich

> Project Description

ELISAtm – Stoplight Assistant

Parking Space Management

Conception and Testing of Munich Parking Space Economy

> Project Description

Parking Space Management

Green-Light Phases

Dynamization of Green-Light Phases – Testing and Optimization of Stoplight Control in Selected Grid Sections

> Project Description

Green-Light Phases

In the ELISA TM project, a field test of stoplight assistants was conducted in Munich. The stoplight assistant provides the driver with forward-looking information which allows you to approach stoplights with optimum efficiency and adapt automatic engine start-stop to the stoplight's red phase and standstill period.

The existing Parking Space Management in Munich is one of the key measures to emerge from the Inzell Initiative's conceptual work. The Inzell Project "Parking Space Management in Inner Cities“ was  expanded to other high-parking-traffic quarters of town after the test phase due to its great success.

In the cooperation project Arrive, work on traffic guidance and traffic management systems was supported by Inzell, incl. testing and optimizing stoplight controls in various grid sections. Using industrial quality assurance methods, several traffic signal timing phases in Munich were significantly improved.

Blue Zone

Concept for Uniform Rules for Parking and Delivery Traffic in the Downtown Area

> Project Description

Blue Zone

Middle Ring Signage

Optimization of Static Signage on Middle Ring

> Project Description

Middle Ring Signage

With the Blue Zone concept, uniform rules were established for parking and delivery traffic in the downtown area. After a successful test phase in the Kreuzviertel district, the new "Blue Zone" traffic rules were introduced in the Hackenviertel and Graggenauviertel quarters on January 24, 2003. Thus the Blue Zone concept was extended to almost all the central downtown quarters.

Traffic flow and capacity of the Red Route Middle Ring was studied 2003. The analysis shows definite optimization potential regarding static signage. A clear and easy-to-grasp traffic guidance concept is key for quick and unproblematic traffic flow. To this end, Inzell Initiative participants came up with proposals for improving the situation, which were also used in the new tunnel signs on the Middle Ring.