Michael Glotz-Richter is Senior Project Manager for Sustainable Mobility at the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen / Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Mobility, Urban and Housing Development.
He holds a diploma of Technical University Berlin (1984). In his professional career in Berlin, Bonn, Cologne and Bremen, Michael has been working on the link between urban development, transport strategies and urban lifestyle.
In Bremen, he leads a number of internationally recognized pilot projects in the field of sustainable mobility – ranging from cycling (Germany’s first bicycle zone - covering an entire neighbourhood) over low emission technologies to the role of ‘sharing’.
Michael believes that the topic of ‘sharing’ is hotter than ever – looking at limited street space in our cities.