The project has set out to develop a locally adapted solution for establishing an E-cargo-bike scheme for transporting small goods. The pilot phase is implemented in Stellenbosch, where the prerequisites for logistics are in place and the use of motorcycles is proving to be a growing problem. The bicycle manufacturer Lark Cycle, whose headquarters are in Stellenbosch, will further develop the e-bike prototype to meet the requirements and provide two cargo bikes for a three-week test phase. At a workshop attended by political, private sector and civil society representatives, participants will identify needs for the E-cargo-bikes. The South African partners will undertake a study and networking trip to Bavaria, in which they will visit examples of e-mobility projects and connect with experts. At the wrap-up workshop, the developed system will be presented in Stellenbosch and a roadmap drawn up to demonstrate the sustainable establishment of the system in Stellenbosch and other places in South Africa and beyond.