Traffic because of travelling to work and its effects has always been a well-known topic of spatial planning and of many affected areas. but also, increasingly entailing problems for road users. Teleworking as a possible partial response to the solution of these problems and therefore enjoys special attention in the context of this thesis. In doing so, the implementation of teleworking in Coworking Spaces, a young and further developed phenomenon of conventional neighborhood offices, is classified as a novel concept out of a scientific perspective. The result of the work is the calculation and representation of the potential of teleworking with regard to the reduction of the mentioned effects of shuttle traffic for Lower Austria and especially the district of Wien-Umgebung. The investigation is carried out in three main steps. In the first chapter, the definition and classification of teleworking and coworking spaces in their different forms is carried out. In the second chapter these are summarized, their advantages and disadvantages are presented at the levels of the employees and donors as well as from an overall social perspective, and subsequently determine the conditions for coworking spaces. The empirical investigation and calculation of the potentials is the third and concluding chapter of the work.