Two weeks in Hamburg without a car

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'I love that travelers are offered a broad spectrum of mobility options'

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MOIA Instaride - How to capture Hamburg’s architecture in the best way

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“We are lacking imagination.”

Daan Roosegaarde is a Dutch artist and founder of Studio Roosegaarde, which develops projects that merge technology and art in urban environments. He shares his vision for the mobility of the future on our blog.
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"We've learned to move more consciously."

The Hamburg blogger Anna Frost gave up her own car for MOIA for two weeks. So for a fortnight she only used public transport, scooters, taxis, car-sharing services and of course MOIA - all this with her two small children.
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We can only make it together

Together with ÜSTRA, we are starting an exciting pilot project. From now on, you can travel for 3 Euros for 3 kilometres from 3 train stops in Hannover.
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One team to pool them all

Technical jobs are always a little hard to explain: How would you explain what you do as a team to a random MOIA customer?
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Three new ways to reach your destination: PayPal, Apple Pay & Google Pay

From today, there are alternative payment methods in the MOIA App: now you can pay for your MOIA rides with PayPal and Google Pay. Apple Pay  will follow in due course.
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MOIA goes Scala Days Lausanne

Our Scala backend teams are currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of Scala Days in Lausanne, the biggest Scala conference worldwide. Scala is a modern programming language which enables us to provide the best user experience throughout a trip. We have answered the most relevant questions with regards to how we use Scala at MOIA.
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I expect that sharing will increase in the next years, but we must implement it in a smart way

Erik Tetteroo has been a traffic planning consultant for a long time, to make urban areas more accessible to bicycles. We talked to him about his experiences and his own modal split.
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"We have to think about solutions that could solve the problem that you want to get rid of without creating other problems."

Niels Torslov has been the Director of Operations at the Danish Road Administration since 2015. He was previously Director of the Danish Road Administration in Copenhagen. He has been involved in mobility and transport for a long time. We talked to him about urban mobility and what we can learn from one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world.
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Why it’s easier to fill more vehicles

Many of you ask us one question: Why doesn’t MOIA pick me up when, a minute later, a MOIA drives past me, empty or with just one occupied seat?
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Show some love for our drivers

Have you been particularly satisfied with your MOIA driver? From now on you can tip him or her directly after your ride via the app.
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#askMOIAanything – The most important questions about the Hamburg launch

Many people in Hamburg have been sharing their rides with us for a few weeks now. They enjoy riding with MOIA because it‘s a new service and different to what they're familiar with. Of course, that raises a lot of questions. On Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, we give our best to answer them. Some questions about our ride-sharing service are particularly noticeable because they keep coming up again and again. We have listed and answered the five most important questions.
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Four bloggers for Hamburg

We want to make your journey in our MOIAs as pleasant as possible. But in the end it's not about the ride itself, it's about the places we take you to. We asked four different Hamburg bloggers about their favourite places in Hamburg and took them there together. Each of them presented his or her personal spot from their own perspective.
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