urban neighbourhood hub - large
This mobility hub is situated in Kessel-Lo, a suburb of the city of Leuven. It is an interesting learning case because it has been designed by the residents in a bottom-up fashion via the platform 'Maak het mee platform', through wich the inhabitants could provide suggestions regarding the development of this hub. (https://participatie.leuven.be/nl-BE/).
Definition 1 (Acceptable walking distance to shared and public transport): At least two shared transport modes in acceptable walking distance to public transport and at least one service (e.g., shop, parcel locker, kiosk) in acceptable walking distance. Minimum legal inclusive design requirements are considered
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
Definition 1 (Appropriate representation of stakeholder interests): Participation takers got asked into a consultation process, Information are recognized. No or limited attention to involve vulnerable user groups.
Initiation of the hub
1 PT service:
2 shared services:
1 mobility-related service:
Parking for private two wheeler vehicles
1 other service:
Information, Visibility and Branding
logo or branding
information pillar/display (with information on using the services)
Minimum legal inclusive design requirements are/were considered in the design of the hub.
Analogue, on-site booking alternatives are available for all modes.
Information on a proposal was provided and feedback was asked in a workshop or survey.
Participants were able to propose solutions to a specific problem in a workshop/similar event.
Participants collectively identified issue(s) and proposed solutions
The input of participants was valued