There are now three new locations in Berlin where you can park your bike in a protected place. Operations started today at the Friedrichsfelde Ost and Schöneweide S-Bahn stations and the Alt-Mariendorf U-Bahn station. 

The locations were opened today at Friedrichsfelde Ost S-Bahn station by Lutz Adam, Head of the Civil Engineering Department of the Senate Department for Urban Mobility, Transport, Climate Action and the Environment. District Mayor Nadja Zivkovic from Marzahn-Hellersdorf and District Councillor Filiz Keküllüoğlu from Lichtenberg as well as the Managing Director of infraVelo, Christoph Schmidt, were also present at the facility to park the first bikes.

Pilot phase launched

The opening of the facilities, which are mobile and could therefore also be used at other locations, marks the start of a free pilot operation (except for season tickets). After the pilot phase, which runs until 8 July 2024, the usual conditions will apply.

In addition to the four new facilities, 64 individual boxes have already been available for parking at Rathaus Schöneberg since the end of 2022. Further protected parking spaces are planned for 2024 at the Adlershof, Hermsdorf and Lichterfelde Süd S-Bahn stations.

Promoting attractive and safe cycling infrastructure

The four facilities are funded by the "Stadt und Land" programme of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport as part of the Federal Government's Climate Protection Programme 2030 and the Senate Department for Urban Mobility, Transport, Climate Action and the Environment.

More infos about the facilities on the infraVelo-Website

Additional note 30.05.24: 
The opening of the facility at Wutzkyallee underground station has been delayed due to the outstanding installation of a grounding system, among other things. At present, it is not possible to give a binding date.