Transport, mobility, and logistics

Transport, mobility, and logistics

Transport and mobility in their most varied forms are important drivers for the quality of life in Berlin and the city's economic growth and employment.

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Berlin is working closely with the surrounding state of Brandenburg to develop efficient transport and mobility solutions that conserve resources and protect the climate. The joint transport and mobility cluster covers such industries as automotive, railway technology, logistics, traffic telematics, and aerospace engineering.

In addition to the constant evolution in modes of transport, the region is working hard on developing and implementing new technologies and trends such as electromobility. Networking opportunities form a foundation for further growth of the cluster and offer members a platform to find partners for the development of concrete projects. Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH, Zukunftsagentur Brandenburg GmbH (ZAB), and the networks for such industries as automotive, aerospace, and logistics offer wide range of support services.

In addition to the region's manufacturers, the major providers of public transport in the region (Deutsche Bahn, S-Bahn Berlin, BVG, Verkehr in Potsdam, etc.) as well as the freight forwarding and logistics sector also belong to the cluster. Some 213,500 people in the capital region work in the transport, mobility, and logistics industries.

Last edited: 6. July 2020