urban neighbourhood hub - small (two shared modes, <10 vehicles)
Uncertaintiy on actual realiziation of all single mobility offers
Mobility station located in a new city development area in the outskirts of Klagenfurt
24/7-Trolley rental system
Orientation towards customer group from the new residential area and their mobility needs connected to trip chains between their homes and the inner city
Operation Start (Year)
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 1 (Integration of information): Multimodal travel planners can be used to plan at least the public transport services and one shared mode at the hub. Minimum inclusive design requirements are considered such as simple and intuitive app design.
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:
3 mobility-related services:
Parking for private two wheeler vehicles
Self-service bike repair station
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.
A multimodal travel planner is available with which at least public transport and one shared mode at the hub can be planned.
Local, regional and/or national policies and goals are integrated into the service.
The planner app has a simple and intuitive design.
Information in a workshop/public hearing was provided, no input was collected.
Information on a proposal was provided and feedback was asked in a workshop or survey.
The participants who provided input received feedback on how their input was used
The needs of vulnerable users were included in the participation process (surveys, interviews of intermediary institutions, ...)