2013

Inzell X in Munich "Visions for the Region"

The tenth anniversary of the Inzell Initiative panel meeting took place on June 13, 2013 in the double cylinder of the BMW World at Munich HQ. On this special occasion, BMW Group invited its Inzell Initiative partners into the double cylinder of the BMW World. The panel meeting's motto "From the Past to the Future" suited the futuristic architecture of the venue perfectly. In an interactive exhibit, the participants were able to inform themselves about successful projects in the various Inzell Forums. The project initiated by Lord Mayor Christian Ude in the Forum "Future of Mobility" under the title of "Vision of Mobility 2050. Munich Area" presented its results. The main result of the forum workshop as was the participant's target to establish one of more model quarters for sustainable mobility.

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2012

Inzell IX in Oberhaching "Actively Creating the Future"

The ninth panel workshop of the Inzell Initiative took place on January 27th, 2012 in the Munich suburb of Oberhaching. After intense project work in the past two years, the patrons of the Inzell Forum were able to present numerous results as well as promising new project proposals. Two presentations on future mobility challenges give strong impulses to the participants of the four forums, which discussed new measures and project proposals in afternoon workshops. In order to provide further impulses for innovative and forward-looking mobility in the Munich area, the panel will discuss the project "Vision for Mobility 2050. Munich Region" as a guideline for the future of traffic planning.

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2009

Inzell VIII in Munich "Future Questions"

The discussion about the challenges and chances of future traffic developments and possibilities of shaping traffic systems was the major emphasis of the eighth panel workshop of the Inzell Initiative on November 26th, 2009 in the BMW Highrise in Munich. The newly founded "Future of Mobility" forum under the patronage of Lord Mayor Christian Ude presented its results, which form the foundation of future traffic projects in the region. After a presentation of the activities of the other Inzell Forums, the afternoon work groups dealt with expanding on the morning's results, and to brainstorm on ideas as to what the Inzell Initiative can do to further these issues.

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2007

Inzell VII in Garching "Future of Mobility"

Due to the large number of participants, it became necessary to farm out the discussion on the current progress of individual projects in an extra event alongside the usual panel workshop, the Technical Meeting on Nov. 7, 2006. Thus we had enough time in Garching to discuss long-term developmental trends for the Munich Region and their possible effects on mobility. In order to develop an better understanding of the future of mobility, the founding of the Forum "Future of Mobility in the Munich Region" was decided, with Lord Mayor Christian Ude serving as patron.

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2005

Inzell VI in Unterschleissheim "New Challenges"

Launch of "arrive", an important instrument intended to answer several questions formulated in the Inzell Forums. Other subjects are expanding the MVV public transportation area, the goal-defining discussion on the Red Routes, as well as a traffic and mobility management plan. The Forum "City and Suburbs" deals with the potentials of a strategic and operational intercommunal cooperation in urban planning and traffic development.

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2004

Inzell V in Germering "Regional Development"

With 79 participants, the Inzell Initiative has further expanded its base. The regional dimension of traffic problems will be discussed in two working groups, on traffic management and traffic planning. After the successful implementation of the projects in the Forum "Parking", this forum will now be retired. The thematic direction of the Traffic Management Forum will be reinforced: Traffic management will involve the surrounding region more in the future. The Forum on Traffic Development in the City and the Region will be founded anew, dealing with commercial traffic, leisure traffic, as well as a unified regional data base.

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2001

Inzell IV in Freising "Traffic Management"

The integrational effect of the Inzell Initiative is increasing, so is the number of institutions involved, the number of participants has doubled to about 60. Along with the existing forums, the Forum Traffic Management in the Munich Business Region was founded together with the Munich County Administration (KVR) as it patron. Under this umbrella, the projects Traffic Management Center, Regional Traffic Data and Mobility Services will be bundled. Other projects were the traffic organization of the German National Gardening Show in Munich 2005, the Car Sharing program and the City Delivery project I (CAPRI).

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1998

Inzell III in Unterhaching "Research Projects"

Numerous Inzell Initiative topics became part of the research project "Mobility in Urban Areas MOBINET". In 1998, the German Federal Research Ministry decided to fund MOBINET as a flagship project to the tune of 45 million Marks. In order to be able to accompany the project as needed, the Inzell Initiative changes its project structure. The themes are bundled in the Forum "Parking" (Patron: Munich and Upper Bavaria Chamber of Commerce), "Public Transportation" (Patron: MVV Munich) and "Red Routes" (Patron: BMW).

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1996

Inzell II in Haar "The First Forums"

New approaches result: Under the motto "Red Routes" and the patronage of BMW, a committee convenes to systematically compile plans to improve the major road artery grid and integrate them into city traffic planning. The second project is the Parking Space Management program, hotly debated at that time. This topic will be further developed going forward, and finally implemented successfully.

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1995

Inzell I in Inzell "The Consensus"

"Discussing the traffic problems of the city of Munich openly and looking for solutions together beyond everyday politics" – this is the aim with which Munich Lord Mayor Christian Ude and the BMW Group invited decision makers to Inzell from politics, business, administration and other organizations in September 1995. They spent two day behind closed doors, agreeing to focus points, laying the foundation for a sustainable collaboration. Six projects were agreed on, from the A99 Autobahn Telematics program to the train station of the future.

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