Deutsche Bahn Launches More Station-Based Coworking Spaces

Off the back of the success of its everyworks coworking space in Berlin Central Station, Deutsche Bahn (DB) is launching four new co-working facilities in other stations across Germany.

Deutsche Bahn coworking space in Berlin - everyworks
Deutsche Bahn rolls out its everyworks coworking spaces to stations outside Berlin

The aim is to provide customers with comfortable spaces where they can work on the go. Customers can simply pay for access to the service via a free everyworks app available for both Apple and Android devices. Users will have to pay 16 cents per minute.

Hannover is the first new everyworks space to open, and will be followed next month by Frankfurt am Main. Customers will also be able to make use of Design Office’s co-working spaces in Karlsruhe and Nuremberg’s main stations.

The everyworks project is part of DB’s wider Smart City initiative to promote environmentally-friendly train travel by providing new and improved services that make it more appealing to travel by train.

Dr Meike Niedbal, Head of DB’s Smart City initiative, said:

“Independent work is becoming more and more important. After the last year and a half, we have noticed that, in addition to the classic office and home office, we also need flexible, professional work opportunities on the go. With everyworks we offer modern workplaces at the most central location in the city: the train station.

“With this added value, we make our stations more attractive and, above all, give people who commute and travel on business a further incentive to switch to climate-friendly rail.”

 

DB plans to launch further everyworks facilities in the future.

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