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LIVING LAB
Eastern Austria Living Lab
Responsible Partner
Focus

Designing a citywide mobility hub network through co-creation processes. This Living Lab provides a unique flexibility in (re-)designing user-centric mobility hubs and provides room to experiment on the design level of SmartHubs.

Goal

To find the most optimal design of mobility hubs, across different socio-demographic, geographical locations, and service provisions, from mobility, governance, economic, equity, and sustainability point of views, for both freight and passenger mobility.

Method
  1. Revealed behavioural change will be observed in the focus area Seestadt Aspern upon certain new service features deployments.
  2. Wider and more comprehensive system level impacts will be measured and benchmarked against different locations, characteristics, and market profiles of mobility hubs.
Hubs
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Name of HubLocation
Aspern Nord Smarthubs logo.png
public transport node on the northern edge of Seestadt Vienna
Vienna, Austria
Mobility Point Bruno Marek Allee Smarthubs logo.png
housing-based, decentralized hub, with carsharing, bikesharing and PT nearby
Vienna, Austria
Mobilitätstation Pillichsdorf Smarthubs logo.png
A rural mobility hub attached to a regional bus station. There are more mobility hubs along this line with comparable services, which form a corridor along the bus line.
Pillichsdorf, Austria
Aspern Nord
Vienna, Austria
public transport node on the northern edge of Seestadt Vienna
Mobility Point Bruno Marek Allee
Vienna, Austria
housing-based, decentralized hub, with carsharing, bikesharing and PT nearby
Mobilitätstation Pillichsdorf
Pillichsdorf, Austria
A rural mobility hub attached to a regional bus station. There are more mobility hubs along this line with comparable services, which form a corridor along the bus line.