How does it differ from the Community Cargobike Project?

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In contrast to the Commons Cargobike, there are also numerous community cargobike projects operated by local groups. These are cargobikes that are shared within a community, housing cooperative, district or association or a certain group or made available by house owners.

The initiators determine who belongs to the user group and is allowed to use the cargobike. The group also determines the terms of use, e.g. annual fee itself. Thus, community cargobike projects are neither common property nor for everyone.

With the community cargobike project, there is no need for brand communication and, if necessary, a booking system, which makes the implementation easier. Community cargobike projects also come from civil society and, like the Commons Cargobikes, are an important building block of the transition in transportation.

Examples of community cargobike projects:

  • Rothehausrad
  • In November 2017, the ADFC Hannover, co-initiator of Hannah, started the project "NKI: Promotion of the Neighbourhood Acquisition and Use of Jointly Operated Cargobikes in the City and Region of Hanover", which aims to initiate community cargobike projects. The project was funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety on the basis of a resolution of the German Bundestag.

Tips and hints on community cargobike projects are summarized in the facts booklet Cargobike-Sharing for housing initiatives of the project WohnMobi


Die Erstellung und Redaktion dieser Inhalte wurden unterstützt durch:

ADFC Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad-Club e. V.

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