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Status: closed · ongoing · planned
Physical Integration Level: 0 · 1 · 2
Digital Integration Level: 0 · 1 · 2
Democratic Integration Level: 0 · 1
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Mobipunt 't Veld
't Veld, Netherlands

This is a small rural mobility hub in the centre of the small town of ‘t Veld, with approximately 2000 residents.

rural closed

Mobipunt Den Oever
Den Oever, Netherlands

This is a small rural hub in the small village of Den Oever, with approximately 3000 residents.

rural closed

Mobipunt Middenmeer
Middenmeer, Netherlands

This is a small rural mobility hub in the centre of the small town of Middenmeer, which has around 4000 inhabitants.

rural closed

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Musselburgh Journey Hub
Musselburgh, United Kingdom

Developed in conjunction with SEStran, this hub includes car club bays, bike-sharing facilities, public transport, wayfinding, and streetscape elements all under the new brand of Journey Hub. The pilot project is based in Musselburgh and is intended to be the first of many hubs around East Lothian for multi-modal shared transport. Source: CoMoUK (


Møllendal (Bergen) Smart Hub
Bergen, Norway

This mobility hub combines car-sharing station on public street space linked to public transport, cycle routes, bicycle parking, real-time transport information and pedestrian facilities.


Münchner Freiheit
Munich, Germany

Located in a dense and mix area, the mobility hub was created in 2014 and had an initial fast grow on demand.

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Mobility hub Nassauhaven is located in the Rotterdam neighborhood Feijenoord, which is a poorer neighborhood with high numbers of residents with a migrant background. The hub is part of the Hely Hub network

Part of Hely Hub network in poorer neighborhood

How integration via Hely Hub influences use of hub


Hamburg, Germany

This is a collection of mobility hubs that will be built as a part of an urban development in Hamburg. Not only should these hubs provide mobility opportunities, they should act as neighborhood centers. The hubs are located close to the bus/S-Bahn network. There are 11 planned hubs.

urban-small planned

Lisbon, Portugal

One of the five Lisbon's Multimodal Mobility Hubs


P+R Barje
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Park and ride hub with bus and bike sharing


Palatul Parlamentului
Bucharest, Romani


Plaza Circular Hub
Murcia, Spain

The new bus stops represent an improvement in the management of the transport system, becoming more fluid stops, reducing the time the bus spends at the stop. At the same time, this design allows for the location of areas where electric buses can stay and recharge.


Lisbon, Portugal

One of the five Lisbon's Multimodal Mobility Hubs


Port of Gaženička
Zadar, Croatia


Praha hlavní nádraží
Prague, Czech Republic

Main train station of Prague


Pôle d'échanges multimodal de Saint-Brieuc
Saint-Brieuc, France

The project was thought to increase mobility and attractiveness of the city. Focused on the users input and identity of the place to develop the concept and integrate their needs.

Pôle d’échange multimodal de Vauvert
Ville de Vauvert, France

It was also thought to increase the train service. Green and public spaces will be added (playgrounds and picnic areas).

urban-fringe planned

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Raadsplein - Place du Conseil
Brussels, Belgium

The mobility hub in Kuregem will be designed during the SmartHubs project.

urban-large planned

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Roma Termini Station
Rome, Italy

central station, central urban hub (a large hub in the city center, e.g. railway station)


Schiedam Hub
Schiedam, Netherlands

Train and metro station of medium-sized city of Schiedam Hubs in the city but not close to train and metro station --> what is effect of bad physical integration?