urban neighbourhood hub - small (two shared modes, <10 vehicles)
Award-winning hub in Lower Austria with a tram connection to Vienna
Operation Start (Year)
Wiener Neudorf, Austria
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
No conflicts at all. Only a Bike path is missing on the nearby street
Definition 2 (Integration of booking and payment and universal design): Easy access to services for end users – such as a mobility marketplace or a one-stop shop where the user can find, book, and pay with the same app for at least public transport services and one shared mode at the hub. Universal design principles are considered, including simple and intuitive app design and minimum support for non-digital users.
Definition 0 (No involvement): No involvement or consideration of stakeholder interests and user needs.
Initiation of the hub
Public Transport provider initiated
2 PT services:
2 shared services:
4 mobility-related services:
Parking for private two wheeler vehicles
Parking for private cars
Self-service bike repair station
2 other services:
Information, Visibility and Branding
logo or branding
information pillar/display (with information on using the services)
Information on potential conflicts (e.g., barriers between the modes that require to cross the road or walk extensively to use different modes)
Placemaking and attractive space design
Minimum legal inclusive design requirements are/were considered in the design of the hub.
A multimodal travel planner is available with which at least public transport and one shared mode at the hub can be planned.
The planner app has a simple and intuitive design.