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HUB
Leyenburg Hub
Picture

Leyenburg.jpeg

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

ongoing

Short Description

Mobility Hub at larger public transit station with shared mobility, bike parking, automated shuttle, next to a hospital.

large transit hub (tram, bus, automated shuttle, shared modes)

Operation Start (Year)

2022

Location
Leyenburg Neighbourhood
The Hague, Netherlands
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Physical Integration
Level 0 (target: Level 2)
Definition 0 (No physical integration): One shared transport mode, not at walking distance to public transport, no integration between the modes. No universal design criteria are considered
modes in vicinity, but no visual hints/info about hub
Digital Integration
Level 0 (target: Level 3)
Definition 0 (No digital integration): No digital integration of shared and public transport mode options offered at the hub. There are separate services and platforms for each mode. No universal design criteria are required
EBS tickets cannot be booked through HTM app. HTM Bike is shown in HTM app but is not taken into account in travel advice and cannot be booked. Separate app necessary. Other shared mobility is not integrated in app
Democratic Integration
Level 0 (target: Level 1)
Definition 0 (No involvement): No involvement or consideration of stakeholder interests and user needs.
1 survey has been performed
Owner/Operator
HTM (semi-public)
Public Transport Operator
Services
2 PT services:
bus
tram
3 shared services:
Carsharing
Bike sharing
Moped/scooter sharing
2 mobility-related services:
Parking for private two wheeler vehicles
Parking for private cars
1 other services:
Neighbourhood Characteristics

Compared to average in city: Slightly below average income, slightly older, Slighly lower level of people on social benefits, Lower level migrant population. 0,7 cars in household. 

Sources
Bicycle sharing programs: a complement or substitute of urban public transport? A case study of a bicycle sharing program in The Hague
van Marsbergen, A. (2020). Bicycle sharing programs: a complement or substitute of urban public transport? A case study of a bicycle sharing program in The Hague. Delft, Delft University of Technology. M.Sc.
Research Projects

Governance

Local Governance