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Major station becoming part of an interchange project of two mobility hubs
Color coded information.Ticketing information "Pass Pass"
Major train station becoming part of an interchange project of two mobility hubs.
How to adapt existing major train station to become proper mobility hubs.
User convenient and integrated real-time information: details on schedule and departure are also provided in surrounding services: metro station, restaurants, coffee shops.
The design planning included the improvement of streets, green spaces and addition of pavements textures.Examples of integrated tickets ("Pass Pass") and convenient purchasing ways in retails at the hub.
The Hague, Netherlands
Carsharing, Bikesharing, Bike+Ride and hvv switch partners (SHARE NOW, SIXT share, MILES and cambio) can be used. An electrical charging point is also available. The vehicles from these companies can be parked and taken from the hvv switch stations. Special about the station Berliner Tor is: - availability of multiple transportation modes apart from the hvv switch modes: tube, tram, bus - and an additional bike rental station (StadtRAD Hamburg)- multiple restaurant options, banks, green spaces (parks)
24/7-Trolley rental systemOrientation towards customer group from the new residential area and their mobility needs connected to trip chains between their homes and the inner city