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MOIA follow me around: around the world with Off The Path

Sebastian is the founder of the Travel Blog and Podcast Off The Path. We talked to Sebastian and his girlfriend and travel mate Line.
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#meetMOIA: Find your MOIA and share it

Soon, the waiting will be over: Starting in April, you can share your trips around Hamburg with MOIA. We're already on the beautiful streets of Hamburg with 10 MOIAs to prepare the start and run the final tests. Have you seen one of our yellow MOIAs yet?
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How to create real change in cities

Mobility – re:imagined. That was the motto of this year's MOVE conference in London, which I attended yesterday. MOVE's mission is to bring together disruptors, their technology and their attitudes towards stakeholders from all modes and disciplines: to engage in dialogue, create new knowledge and promote cooperation for a healthy and liveable city.
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#askMOIAanything: Your questions about our drivers

We're moving on to the next round of questions. Today it will be all about our drivers. Who is behind the wheel? Do they have a passenger transport licence? We'll answer your most frequent questions about MOIA drivers.
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MOIA now operates in the entire city of Hanover

Where does MOIA operate in Hanover? Can I go there via MOIA? Does your ride-sharing service include my district? All these questions have been resolved for Hannover with immediate effect. Because the answer to all these questions is "Yes!" From Mecklenheide to Gaim? No problem! Because MOIA will be operating in the entire city Hannover from now on.
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Your perfect work-ride balance: with MOIA for a maximum 5 € to work or back

The good news first of all: MOIA has been available for you all over Hannover since 1 February. This means that we are expanding the service area from 114 to 204 square kilometres and thus to the entire city. Leave your car behind and share your ride to work in a MOIA.
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MOIA for Businesses: This is how companies use our ride-sharing service

More than 60,000 Hanoverians already use MOIA, mostly for private and personal trips. But more and more companies are using MOIA to flexibly organise their mobility. The scenarios range from the simple journey to work to the use at company events. But why is this so practical for companies?
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MOIA starts test phase in Hamburg

The first MOIA trip in Hamburg! So it starts in the Hanseatic city. Together with the HOCHBAHN and the city of Hamburg MOIA presented the new vehicles. Bit by bit the golden yellow MOIAs will become a part of the Hamburg cityscape during the final test phase until they go into public operation in April.
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#askMOIAanything: Your Questions about the MOIA vehicle

How does the cleaning actually work? Can I drive together with my child? What about music? We'll answer these and other questions here and now.
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What happens now until April?

Today and yesterday some messages came via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, in which peole from Hamburg were happy to have discovered MOIA in Hamburg. The anticipation in the Hanseatic city is great and all the more we understand, of course, that people are excited to get on their first MOIA ride. To shorten the wait, we'll explain to you what things still have to be done before we can get started.
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"Perfect mobility is sustainable mobility that is truly sustainable in the long term"

Prof. Dr. Stephan Rammler is Director of the IZT - Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment, Berlin. Previously, he was founding director of the Institute for Transportation Design (ITD) and professor for Transportation Design & Social Sciences at the Braunschweig University of Fine Arts. He works in mobility and futurology research, researching transport, energy and innovation policy, questions of cultural transformation and sustainable environmental and social policy. Rammler studied political science, sociology and economics in Marburg and Berlin and received his doctorate on the subject of mobility in modernity.
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Santa Claus for a day or two

We were already very excited when it became clear that we could carry out ther annual Christmas aid campaign together with the Volunteer Centre Hannover (FWZ). Now it was finally time for us to deliver over 130 gifts and Christmas trees to families for whom having presents for christmas is not a given.
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