Berlin's core mobility objective is to become safer, greener, and more mobile with a focus on sustainable transport modes.

It is a city focused on multi-modal mobility.

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Berlin has hosted mobility service tests, making the citizens relatively early adopters.

The digital sector drives 20% of economic growth and sustains 13% of jobs in the city.

The preference of citizens and politicians is to support eco-mobility solutions.

Evidence points to public scepticism towards level 4+ CAV with fears centered on potential loss of control.

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Berlin Mobility Act, the first of its kind in Germany, is focused on eco-mobility.

The strategy for future mobility and Berlin as a smart city is in development, with the need for supporting legislation to be passed.

Following 2017 legislation, driverless vehicles can be tested on roads provided a human remains at the wheel.

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Berlin has an EV-based mobility pilot.

Momentum around increasing EV charging infrastructure is building.

There is a national five step plan for 5G implementation.

The DIGINET PS pilot is testing CAV in Berlin’s city

VBB-fahrCard provides an integrated ticketing system for public transport.

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