The Pioneer Park Hanau project shows how shared mobility can be intelligently integrated into residential and construction projects: over the next three years, the neighbourhood of the future will be built there in the middle of the Rhine-Main region. Around 1,600 residential units will be built on an area of 50 hectares, providing a home for up to 5,000 people and space for businesses. Mobility in the quarter? Smart and sustainable. Up to 15 e-mobility stations will enable convenient charging of private and sharing vehicles. By 2024, the broad sharing system will be available to residents and guests. The goal: With over 100 e-vehicles (e-cars, e-bikes and e-load bikes), to offer an attractive, flexible and reliable mobility solution that makes second or third vehicles superfluous. Especially for infrequent and occasional drivers, the sharing option is an alternative to owning a vehicle. At the same time, the wide range of vehicles on offer allows them to use another vehicle as needed: While the e-bike is sufficient for a short errand, the e-car is more suitable for the next appointment. "Today the BMW i3 fits perfectly, tomorrow the E-Golf is more suitable".