The Blue Lane will enable visitors to experience “up close” future and sustainable mobility solutions on demand. It will connect the Summit with the Open Space, and function as a combined transfer route and test track.
The Blue Lane stretches from Open Space in downtown Munich to the Summit at the trade fair center in Munich East. This test and transfer route is ideally suited for demonstrating new mobility technologies. Public transportation, underground rapid transit and bike paths are also integrated.
On the Blue Lane Road, zero-emission vehicles (BEV, PHEV, FEV) as well as the latest technologies and developments can be presented under real-life conditions. In cooperation with the city of Munich, the Autobahn GmbH and the Ministry of Transport an approximately 5.1 km section of the Blue Lane Road will become a functional environmental lane. The pilot project shall reduce air pollution and traffic volume by giving preference to e-vehicles and forming carpools.
The Blue Lane Micromobility represents a nearly 1km-long bicycle path on Brienner Straße and offers visitors to rent and test items like e-scooters or e-bikes at Micromobility Hubs.
We are expanding our Blue Lane concept to include the Blue Lane Bike, which runs from the Riem exhibition center to Königsplatz. Visitors can commute between the urban IAA in the inner city center and the exhibition grounds along the sign-posted route.
The existing subway line 2 between the tradeshow grounds and Königsplatz will become the Blue Lane Underground during the IAA MOBILITY event.
On the open-air site of the Summit, exclusive mobility solutions of the future will be visible for visitors. Automated shuttles or an Automated Valet Parking system are going be presented to interested visitors by partners and exhibitors.
Further information on the various components and your participation options can be found on the respective subpages, as well as in the download area. Selected questions and their answers can be found in the FAQ.