"Simple traffic calming measures are not being seized"

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Ordering a MOIA has never been easier for blind or visually-impaired passengers

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Is traffic killing the planet?

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Self-determined life begins with mobility

The Lebenshilfe for people with disabilities was founded in 1960 by parents of disabled children as an association for self-help in Hamburg. Today, it supports the concerns of people with disabilities and their families nationwide.
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New hope for children

#GuterMove supports CHILDREN FOR TOMORROW. Since June 2017, CHILDREN FOR TOMORROW, in cooperation with the school board, has launched the project "HonigHelden! - Making Children Strong for Tomorrow ", which offers on-the-spot therapies in primary schools and is specifically designed to meet the needs of refugee children ages 6 to 10.
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Culture connects generations

KULTURISTENHOCH2 enables social and cultural participation of seniors with a small pension. The initiative invites them to use the cultural diversity of Hamburg regularly and free of charge, together with a young person from their district.
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#GuterMove You save. We donate.

Guter Move: Starting next week, you will spend a maximum of € 5 per ride during the day. And we donate for a good cause.
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Hamburg, it’s our Anniversary!

With October 15, we have been on the roads in Hamburg for half a year. We have summarized some of the most important facts for you.
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"The future of mobility means the combination of different means of transportation modes"

We talked to Dr.-Ing. Martin Kagerbauer, Institute of Transport, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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What are the effects of climate change in Hamburg?

What is the impact of climate change on our doorstep? For Climate Week, we take a look at how climate change will affect Hamburg.
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Instaride in Hanover: scaffolding and stunning sunsets

After the first two Instarides in Hamburg, we thought it was about time that we dedicated ourselves to the first MOIA city in Germany by taking a photo tour through the capital of Lower Saxony. Hannoverlife took us, as well as three lucky winners, to some of the most iconic places in Hanover.
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Hub, hub, hooray

On September 9th we opened our doors in Hamburg-Horn. This second hub will provide better coverage in the east of Hamburg in the future. We are looking forward to shorter journeys to our customers, to a larger fleet and less distance that our MOIAs have to cover empty.
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A staycation in Hamburg

We went out again with a Hamburg influencer as our tour guide to explore Hamburg, MOIA's second hometown. We visited places that create a holiday feeling even for locals and despite there being no summer temperatures.
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Researchers on board

What effect does our ride-pooling service have on traffic in Hamburg? Together with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Bundeswehr University Munich, we will investigate this question over the next two years.
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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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