Cargo Bike Sharing Europe
New expert conference in Cologne: 18/19 May 2022
Cargo bikes for all! This is what cargo bike sharing is about. And it is growing across Europe. In Germany, cargo bike sharing is already available in more than 120 cities.
Cargo Bike Sharing Europe is the first European expert conference focussing on cargo bike sharing. It brings together operators, hard- & software providers, cities, urban planners and other stakeholders.
The conference is organised by cargobike.jetzt and hosted by polisMOBILITY, the new trade fair for forward-looking mobility, urban life and digitalisation in Cologne.
Supporting partners are:
Wednesday, 18 May 2022:
- early afternoon: Cologne cargo bike sharing field trip
- 16.00 – 18.00: opening panel on polisMOBILITY stage (Koelnmesse exhibition hall)
- from 18:00: networking dinner and cities forum
Thursday, 19 May 2022:
- 09.00 – 16:00: lectures, presentations, panels (Koelnmesse Congress Centre East)
To offer a conference contribution, please use the button below. We will review the submissions and provide feedback in the coming weeks.
Sponsors & Exhibition Opportunities
Sponsorship packages for the conference on 18/19 May offer attractive visibility for your company, product or service. In addition, the trade fair polisMOBILITY offers a wide range of exhibition opportunities from 18 to 21 May.
Image material: download conference key visual and logos
cargobike.jetzt, 8 December 2021:
- (English): New expert conference Cargo Bike Sharing Europe celebrates premiere at the Cologne mobility trade fair polisMOBILITY
- (German): Neue Fachkonferenz Cargo Bike Sharing Europe feiert Premiere auf der Kölner Mobilitätsmesse polisMOBILITY
City of Cologne, 20 April 2021:
Tickets & Travel
Conference tickets will be available online from March and will include access also to the polisMOBILITY programme from 18 – 21 May.
The City of Cologne and Koelnmesse started polisMOBILITY to demonstrate susainable mobility solutions for cities and regions. From 2019 to 2021, the city has subsidised the purchase of cargo bikes with three million euros. www.stadt-koeln.de/lastenrad
Bundesverband Zukunft Fahrrad is a German federal association of dynamic and innovative companies from all sectors of the bicycle industry, with a focus on (new) services. www.zukunft-fahrrad.org
Forum Freie Lastenräder is the association of currently 142 commons cargo bike sharing initiatives in Germany, Austria and Hungary with around 450 bikes and tens of thousands of registered users. www.dein-lastenrad.de
The company TINK advises municipalities in Germany on the introduction of local cargo bike sharing systems and organises a Germany-wide city network for knowledge exchange. www.tinknetzwerk.de
CityChangerCargoBike is an EU-funded project of 14 European cities and other partners to promote cargo bike use, including through cargo bike sharing systems. www.cyclelogistics.eu
Cycling Industries Europe (CIE) is the Brussels-based voice of cycling business, actively promoting the sector in Europe and worldwide. CIE Members work in Expert Groups to develop policy and technical content in key areas, including bike sharing and cargo bikes. www.cyclingindustries.com