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HUB
WienMobil Maria-Tusch-Straße
Picture

Maria Tusch HUB.jpg

Typology
urban neighbourhood hub - large
Status
ongoing
Launched in December 2021 with car, scooter & Moped-Sharing. Bikesharing will start early 2022
Operation Start (Year)

2021

Location
Vienna, Austria
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Physical Integration
Level 2 (target: unknown)
Definition 2 (Wayfinding and universal design): At least two shared transport modes in acceptable walking distance to public transport with wayfinding and information of using the service and at least one service (e.g., parcel locker, kiosk) in acceptable walking distance. Universal design principles are considered
The services are located on both street sides of a easy to cross street in Seestadt aspern. Public transport (bus) can be reached within 200m.
Digital Integration
Level 1 (target: unknown)
Definition 1 (Integration of information): Multimodal travel planners can be used to plan mobility offerings at hubs. Minimum inclusive design requirements are considered such as simple and intuitive app design.
The mobility services present at this station are integrated into the Wien Mobil App which allows route planning and gives information on booking option (outside of the app).
Democratic Integration
Level 1 (target: unknown)
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.
Owner/Operator
Wiener Linien (private)
Initiation of the hub

Public Transport provider initiated

Services
1 PT services:
bus
5 shared services:
Carsharing
Bike sharing
Cargo-bike sharing
Moped/scooter sharing
Step/kick scooter sharing
4 mobility-related services:
Parking for private two wheeler vehicles
Parking for private cars
eCharging
Self-service bike repair station
3 other services:
Parcel station
Social Services (e.g. Community Center, Library …)
Shopping
Information, Visibility and Branding
logo or branding
information pillar/display (with information on using the services)
wayfinding
Inclusive Design
Minimum legal inclusive design requirements are/were considered in the design of the hub.
Universal design principals are/were considered in the design of the hub.
Planner app
A multimodal travel planner is available with which mobility services available at the hub can be planned.
Shared mobility and public transport services available at the hub are bundled, e.g. through a subscription.
Local, regional and/or national policies and goals are integrated into the service.
The planner app has a simple and intuitive design.
Participation
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 input of participants was valued
Vulnerable users were included in the participation process

Governance

Local Governance