Now there are 12 workspaces at the central station, with billing by the minute and booking via app.
In Hannover’s central station, Deutsche Bahn has opened a new co-working space called everyworks. The space is at the station’s Ernst-August-Platz exit. Across 75 square metres of floor space, there are 12 ‘minute seats’ – individual workspaces that are billed by the minute – with coffee, water and WiFi included in the price. everyworks makes it possible to work where many people have to spend time anyway – at the train station. It’s an efficient way to spend time while you wait. In addition to Hannover there are four other co-working spaces at the main stations in Frankfurt, Berlin, Karlsruhe and Nuremberg.
How it works: The free everyworks app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. As soon as customers are registered, they can book a ‘minute seat’, which will be billed by the minute, whether it’s for just a few minutes or for entire days. Deutsche Bahn aims to convince even more people to switch to environmentally-friendly rail travel with modern, needs-oriented services at railway stations, thus taking another step towards our shared goal of climate protection.