The reallabs developed in Baden-Württemberg are a joint field of experimentation for society, politics and science. The focus is on developing sustainable solutions for climate protection. The MobiQ - Sustainable Mobility through Sharing in the Neighborhood (MobiQ) reallaboratory is one of the five reallaboratory projects funded. The project is being carried out by Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Sciences (HfWU, lead) and Öko Institut e.V. in Berlin.
Mobility is the prerequisite for the economy and society to function. Today, however, it is subject to a far-reaching transformation process. MobiQ takes this process as an opportunity to address the following questions:
Three neighborhoods are being investigated by the project partners: Reallabor Geislingen, Reallabor Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen-Rot and Reallabor Waldburg. Together with citizens, economically viable concepts will be developed, especially where sharing offers have not been successful so far. Initiatives for inclusive, barrier-free and gender-appropriate mobility are to be promoted. Transfer to current processes in Baden-Württemberg is also planned - as part of the International Building Exhibition IBA '27 and the Strategic Dialogue on the Automotive Industry (SDA).
As a result, the project provides impulses for the civil society design of sustainable mobility and shows which potentials arise for the design and use of public space. MobiQ is intended to send out the signal that sustainable mobility is a realistic utopia.
|Management||Prof. Dr. Christina Simon-Philip|
|Partner||Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen/ Geislingen (HfWU), Öko Institut e.V. Berlin|
|Funding||Ministry of Science, Research and Art Baden-Württemberg (MWK BW),|
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|Architektur und Gestaltung/ Städtebau und Stadtplanung/ Leiterin ZNS||8/3.11|
|Architektur und Gestaltung / Zentrum für Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung (ZNS)||5/2.89|