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Mobility goes electric: 150 electric cars at railway stations
SBB builds the charging infrastructure and Mobility uses it: by 2023 you will be able to use 150 new electric cars at railway stations right across Switzerland. It all starts on Europaallee next to Zurich’s main railway station, where you can try out the full range of electric cars – including four that are new to Switzerland. The next set of stations will follow at Aarau, Geneva Eaux-Vives and Morges.
How to turn teleworking into a great experience
Teleworking can run well on some days, but it can also be a source of demotivation or loneliness. We have put together the best advice for you on how to stay positive and calm every day.
“I am curious as to whether the world will still need driving instructors in 20 years.”
Driving instructor Daniel Fehlmann from Bern talks about nerves of steel, self-driving cars being a job killer and the nonsense of new traffic laws.
Behind the scenes: letting go at Mobility
Our Mobility employees show you how they let go in day-to-day life. Find out more in the video!
"Me, the 1987 red Opel Kadett"
I am pleased to be able say a few words here. After all, I was the very first Mobility car – or more precisely the first ATG car (Auto Teilet Genossenschaft).
This is how much your car really costs
A private car is a real money grabber: It consumes more than CHF 10’000 francs every year. We break down these costs in detail and compare them to the Mobility car-sharing scheme.
Tips and tricks
Easier, smarter, quicker – we show you a few of the best tricks relating to Mobility.
Yes, we care! Getting together to protect the environment
Mobility is joining forces with its customers to break new, sustainable ground: from now on, the company will match every franc spent by users on carbon offsetting.
Mobility switches entirely to electric cars to achieve carbon neutrality
Mobility customers and the environment have cause for celebration: all Mobility vehicles will be emission-free by 2030 at the latest. What is more, the cooperative aims to be carbon neutral by 2040. The biggest obstacle: the electric charging infrastructure.