Mobility hubs in unplanned and growing urban developments in an emerging economy.
To co-create mobility hubs in fast-growing neighborhoods that have seen a rapid population growth of vulnerable and low-income population groups without adequate urban and transportation planning.
- The mobility needs and issues of refugees, especially Syrian, female citizens, and citizens with limited digital skills are focus of the living lab.
- We will also focus on the mobility issues resulting as a consequence of new, low-income residential neighborhoods formed without adequate planning beforehand.
- The living lab will focus on three mainly problematic districts regarding this issue: Esenyurt, İkitelli, Bagcilar. The Esenyurt area, for example, has a population of more than 250,000 Syrians.