Since 2017, SO! Mit Uns (The Community Organization in the Southeast of Berlin) has been fighting to rescue Ferry F11, which is the oldest public ferry line in Berlin. After a bridge was built half mile away in 2017, the Senate wanted to abolish the line. SO! Mit Uns's work over the past two years were able to extend the ferry service for one year. SO! Mit Uns kept fighting. In Februrary, 2019 the Senate Department for Transport agreed to integrate the Ferry F11 into public transport plans, so that the ferry will drive until 2023. The ferry transports more than 100.000 people and 30.000 bicycles a year.