We plan to develop even more free services as part of our smart city activities. For example, a city bicycle network will be ready this year. Residents will be able to borrow standard bicycles as well as e-bikes, transport bikes, and children’s bicycles. The details are still being worked out. Our goal, however, is to be able to offer this service to residents for about five hours per week at no charge.
Yes. We want to provide every resident in the city with a Monheim Pass. These cards will be sent out to everyone automatically with no need to request one. Residents will be able to use their card to borrow bicycles and access the city library. The ultimate goal is for residents to be able to manage all of their city services on the go by using this card. In this respect, the pass can also function as a debit card.
We will continue towards becoming a smart city. And we have plenty of ideas to keep us busy. I don’t have any specifics to share currently. Generally, though, we will be focusing on parks, traffic management, and other services that residents will be able to take advantage of using their Monheim Pass.