Shared Mobility Rocks will take place in Schuppen Eins, the Centre for Mobility and Automobile Culture.
The address is Konsul-Smidt-Straße 20-26 in Bremen, Germany.
The Schuppen Eins has barrier-free access points and is entirely barrier-free inside. Below you can find the map of the venue access points.
Do you require special assistance getting to the venue? E-Mail us at email@example.com and we will arrange a shuttle service for you.
Download this map here.
There are numerous hotels in Bremen’s Überseestadt and the city centre, which is only 10 minutes away by public transport.
A contingency of rooms has been reserved at the B&B Hotel Bremen-Überseestadt at a rate of €60/Night/Person with a breakfast buffet for €8,50/day/person. The rate can be booked on a first-come-first-serve basis with the code “Shared Mobility Rocks”. This offer expires April 26, 2022.
You can also book a room in combination with a seat on the bus from Belgium to Bremen (see transportation). Check this reservation form.
Travelling from Belgium to Bremen
There will be a bus travelling from Ghent (9h15) & Antwerp (10h) to Bremen on May 24th and back on May 26th. Interested? Book a seat on the bus for €140/person or get a combined ticket (bus+hotel) for €285.
Travelling to Schuppen Eins
- By public transport from Bremen’s central railway station (Hauptbahnhof)
Take Tram #5 from the “Hauptbahnhof” in the direction of the Überseestadt and get out at “Konsul-Smidt-Straße” (6 stops, ca. 11 minutes) and walk west 650 metres in Konsul-Smidt-Straße to the venue. There will be signs on the pavement to help guide you.
Or take the ‘long way around’ via Bus #26 from “Hauptbahnhof” in the direction of the Überseestadt and get out at “Überseetor” (12 stops, ca. 18 minutes) and walk south to Konsul-Smidt-Straße, turn left and arrive at the venue from the west (ca. 600 m walking).
- By public transport from Bremen’s city centre
Take Tram #3 from “Domsheide” (city centre stop) west in the direction of Gröpelingen. Get out at “Konsul-Smidt-Straße” (9 stops) and walk west 650 metres in Konsul-Smidt-Straße to the venue. There will be signs on the pavement to help guide you.
- By public transport from Bremen’s airport (Flughafen)
Take Tram #6 from the airport in the direction of the University (Universität). Change at “Domsheide” (city centre, 7 stops) to Tram #3 and follow the steps above.
You can also check your route with Google or the VBN Fahrplaner (website or App).
- By bicycle or on foot
The Schuppen Eins is 3,1 km northwest of Bremen’s historic city centre. You can take the scenic route almost all the way on the promenade along the Weser River. Just keep going due downstream until you reach the former Kellogg’s factory area, turn onto “Auf der Muggenburg” and cut through to the Europahafen to reach the venue from the side of the harbour basin. (Plan a little extra time for taking one or two wrong turns…it’s the best way to get to know a city!)
Buying public transport tickets
Public transport tickets cost 2,85 € one-way or 8,00 € for a day pass. Tickets are valid in all buses and trams of the BSAG and VBN.
You can buy tickets at the ticket machine in any tram or at a service point of the Bremer Straßenbahn AG (BSAG) at the central railway station or city centre (Domsheide). Customer Service Sale Points | BSAG
Due to Covid-restrictions, it is currently not possible to buy tickets from the bus driver.
If you would like to buy a mobile ticket, you can download the Fahrplaner-App (VBN). Unfortunately, this App is only available in German.
Other modes of transport in Bremen
Bremen has several forms of shared micro mobility that can also be used to reach the venue, including:
While no formal Covid-19 restrictions apply to event any longer, we want everyone to feel safe and minimise the risk of taking home an unwanted viral souvenir from the Symposium. Therefore, we will be applying a 3G rule to our event (vaccinated, recovered or tested – “Geimpft, Genesen, Getestet”). Please bring your proof of vaccination, recovery or negative Covid-19 test and be prepared to show it upon request.
We also encourage the wearing of FFP2 masks when a distance of 1,5 metres cannot be maintained.
We will keep you updated on any changes in the Covid-19 restrictions that may apply to the venue leading up to the event.
The rules for travelling to Germany from abroad are always up-to-date here: Germany – EU Covid travel rules.
It is our mission to have a low- and no-waste event. We will avoid plastics, unnecessary print materials and encourage all of our speakers and exhibitors to do so as well.
All meals and beverages will be organic, fair-trade, local and seasonal (where possible) as well as vegetarian and/or vegan.