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Bolt
GoHubs!

New ways of transportation are introduced each day. The future of transportation may very well be shared, electric, and highly mobile.

GoHubs! are intended to help us organize these modes. We provide information on how to access them and navigate the technology, and ultimately make it easier to get around Boston.
Boston, United States of America
Hely
Netherlands, Netherlands
Hoppin
Hoppin bundles different mobility solutions that facilitate multimodality. The Hoppin brand was launched by the Flemish government in 2021.
Flanders, Belgium
LISA
Lime
MO.Point
Vienna, Austria
Mobilpunkte Nürnberg
At its meeting on March 10, 2016, the Traffic Committee of the Nuremberg City Council commissioned the administration to implement the concept developed for the first eight mobile stations in Nuremberg. A further 39 stations went into operation as part of the second expansion stage by February 2022.
Nürnberg, Germany
Mobipoint
Mobipunt (Noord-Holland)
Mobipunt is an initiative of four municipalities in the northern (more rural) part of the Dutch province Noord-Holland, with the goal of improving the accessibility.
Netherlands
Move PGH

At Mobility Hubs, you can choose your own transportation adventure between: Port Authority bus and T stops, Spin’s e-scooters, Healthy Ride’s bike-share bikes (soon be be e-bikes!), Scoobi’s e-mopeds, expanded carshare from Zipcar, Waze Carpool.

Hand-in-hand with physical Mobility Hubs, Move PGH is working to develop a seamless transportation experience for you so you can plan, pay, and play while accessing all your transportation needs in Pittsburgh through a single app — Transit.
Pittsburgh, United States of America
MoveBrussels
MoveBrussels is the MaaS application of the Brussels Capital Region in Belgium. The hubs are the physical part of the MaaS-app.
Brussels, Belgium
Nextbike
Points Mobilité
The "Points Mobilité" bundles different mobility solutions that facilitate multimodality.
Wallonia, Belgium
Scouter
Seestadtflotte
The SeestadtFLOTTE is Seestadt's bike rental system. A total of 56 e-bikes and eight-speed bikes can be borrowed at various stations. The SeestadtFLOTTE is the first automatic bike rental system internationally that also offers e-cargo bikes. Children can also ride safely on the cargo bike. The rental is very easy and uncomplicated with the SeestadtCARD.
Vienna, Austria
Soul

AMAT together with the Municipality of Milan and the Polytechnic Foundation of Milan participate in the European project SOUL (Smart mObility hUb pLatform) together with the cities of Barcelona and Eindhoven.

The goal is to create a platform that can provide indications to municipalities on how to optimize intermodal hubs based on the real needs of citizens. Milan central station is one of them.
Milan, Italy
Superpedestrian
Tier
Tim Österreich
Tim Carsharing provides centralized mobility hubs, which can be easily reached by public transport or bike. You also have the option to charge your own e car
Graz, Austria
Bolt
0 Hubs
GoHubs!
Boston, United States of America

New ways of transportation are introduced each day. The future of transportation may very well be shared, electric, and highly mobile.

GoHubs! are intended to help us organize these modes. We provide information on how to access them and navigate the technology, and ultimately make it easier to get around Boston.
0 Hubs
Hely
Netherlands, Netherlands
1 Hub
Hoppin
Flanders, Belgium
Hoppin bundles different mobility solutions that facilitate multimodality. The Hoppin brand was launched by the Flemish government in 2021.
16 Hubs
LISA
1 Hub
Lime
0 Hubs
MO.Point
Vienna, Austria
1 Hub
Mobilpunkte Nürnberg
Nürnberg, Germany
At its meeting on March 10, 2016, the Traffic Committee of the Nuremberg City Council commissioned the administration to implement the concept developed for the first eight mobile stations in Nuremberg. A further 39 stations went into operation as part of the second expansion stage by February 2022.
1 Hub
Mobipoint
14 Hubs
Mobipunt (Noord-Holland)
Netherlands
Mobipunt is an initiative of four municipalities in the northern (more rural) part of the Dutch province Noord-Holland, with the goal of improving the accessibility.
1 Hub
Move PGH
Pittsburgh, United States of America

At Mobility Hubs, you can choose your own transportation adventure between: Port Authority bus and T stops, Spin’s e-scooters, Healthy Ride’s bike-share bikes (soon be be e-bikes!), Scoobi’s e-mopeds, expanded carshare from Zipcar, Waze Carpool.

Hand-in-hand with physical Mobility Hubs, Move PGH is working to develop a seamless transportation experience for you so you can plan, pay, and play while accessing all your transportation needs in Pittsburgh through a single app — Transit.
0 Hubs
MoveBrussels
Brussels, Belgium
MoveBrussels is the MaaS application of the Brussels Capital Region in Belgium. The hubs are the physical part of the MaaS-app.
0 Hubs
Nextbike
0 Hubs
Points Mobilité
Wallonia, Belgium
The "Points Mobilité" bundles different mobility solutions that facilitate multimodality.
0 Hubs
Scouter
0 Hubs
Seestadtflotte
Vienna, Austria
The SeestadtFLOTTE is Seestadt's bike rental system. A total of 56 e-bikes and eight-speed bikes can be borrowed at various stations. The SeestadtFLOTTE is the first automatic bike rental system internationally that also offers e-cargo bikes. Children can also ride safely on the cargo bike. The rental is very easy and uncomplicated with the SeestadtCARD.
1 Hub
Soul
Milan, Italy

AMAT together with the Municipality of Milan and the Polytechnic Foundation of Milan participate in the European project SOUL (Smart mObility hUb pLatform) together with the cities of Barcelona and Eindhoven.

The goal is to create a platform that can provide indications to municipalities on how to optimize intermodal hubs based on the real needs of citizens. Milan central station is one of them.
0 Hubs
Superpedestrian
0 Hubs
Tier
0 Hubs
Tim Österreich
Graz, Austria
Tim Carsharing provides centralized mobility hubs, which can be easily reached by public transport or bike. You also have the option to charge your own e car
2 Hubs