How to make Shared Mobility Rock: A Planner’s Guide to the Shared Mobility Galaxy

It’s finally here! The digital version of Planner’s Guide to the Shared Mobility Galaxy!

Having difficulty making sense of the complex world of shared mobility? You’re in luck! We’ve created a guide specifically for planners and municipal decision makers to make the galaxy of shared mobility a bit easier to understand!

In the over 250-page book, we cover all the basics of shared mobility – from the different forms and definitions to the impacts and potentials of carsharing, ridesharing, bikesharing, Mobility as a Service, mobility hubs and more! Detailed examples of shared mobility projects in cities and rural areas provide you with ideas, crucial factors for success and valuable lessons learned. From users, to providers, to policy makers, this book will help you build a solid framework of shared mobility knowledge. Join us for the ride and find out why Shared Mobility Rocks!

The book is available in English, German, Dutch and Swedish.

Download the free PDF-Version of the Guide in English, German, Dutch or Swedish!


Prefer to have a printed copy? You can order your English print copy below. (Form hosted by SHARE-North partner Advier)

The price of ca. 50,00 € per book will cover printing and publication costs of this self-published, order-to-print edition. Shipping costs are not included in the price.

Wait, there’s more!

We’re also organised a series of 10 webinars around the book. Take a look at the summary, presentations and recordings from the series here:


Origin Story:

This book has been produced as part of the Interreg North Sea Region project “SHARE-North”. Together with the mind-blowing SHARE-North team of experts, Friso Metz, senior consultant shared mobility at Advier (NL) and Rebecca Karbaumer, sustainable mobility project coordinator for the City of Bremen (DE), have bundled their extensive experience on this topic to coordinate and create this book.

The brilliant Shared Mobility Rocks brand was created by the Flemish NGOs Autodelen.net and Mpact for their annual unconventional shared mobility symposium: www.shared-mobility.rocks.