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- 1Off we go: Mobility to install hundreds of electric charging stations throughout the whole of Switzerland
- 2“We need new ways of living – not just new ways of powering cars.”
- 3Mobility goes electric: 150 electric cars at railway stations
- 4Mobility switches entirely to electric cars to achieve carbon neutrality
- 5Let’s go out! 8 winter excursion tips with Mobility
Why Switzerland’s largest car park operator has teamed up with Mobility
Mobility can now count on 26 bays for e-car sharing at Geneva’s main railway station – thanks to a partnership with Switzerland’s largest car park operator. Its director Damien Zuber talks about the project in an interview.
1500 custom solutions on the road to emission-free mobility
Six months or more: that’s how long it takes to electrify and commission a Mobility station. The technical implementation is the least of the challenges.
E-scooter, cycle and car sharing: Basel shows how shared mobility can work
Basel ranks amongst the Swiss cities with the highest population density – this calls for innovative mobility solutions. It leads the way when it comes to shared mobility, with shortcomings in other areas.
What should I do if the vehicle gets damaged? Simply report it via the app
Introducing you to a useful feature in the new Mobility app. Until now, you had to phone us to tell us about damage to the vehicle; now you can document the damage using the app.
Ridepooling – introducing a new trend
E-driving services like Mobility’s i&any make it possible to share rides, reduce traffic and protect the environment – efficiently and conveniently thanks to algorithms and apps. Find out more!
i&any: ridepooling with driver Rajaa
Night owls in Zurich can now travel in comfort thanks to Mobility’s professional “i&any” service. What’s it like – and who uses it? An evening spent with driver Rajaa Kharaz.
Ridepooling conquers Zurich
Stranded in Zurich in the evening with no bus or tram in sight? No problem! Night owls can now get about sustainably and conveniently courtesy of a professional mobility service called i&any. And lessen pressure on their wallet by sharing rides.
Mobility successfully navigates its challenging anniversary year
A quarter of a century after the founding of the cooperative, 261’000 people use Mobility’s red vehicles; that’s eight percent more than a year ago. This growth produced a positive annual result – despite the challenges.
This sensor doesn’t miss a scratch
Mobility has to deal with over 3’500 claims involving its vehicles every year. (Too) often, it’s unclear how the damage occurred – and who’s responsible for it. A sophisticated sensor system’s now about to change all that. Mobility Fleet Manager Viktor Wyler answers key questions regarding the new sensor boxes.
Mobility and Raiffeisen: success through common values
The partnership between Raiffeisen and Mobility was launched a year ago – by the end of this year, some 50 branches of the Raiffeisen Bank will be equipped with electric cars from Mobility. Mario Dietsche (Head of Member Marketing at Raiffeisen) explains why the cooperation between the two cooperatives is working so well.