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USP
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What can we learn from this hub?
What are challenges this hub was facing which were overcome with specific strategies? On which issues this hub failed?
Typology
Status
What is realized already? What is planned, when is it planned?
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Living Lab
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Networks
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City
Coordinates
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Operation Start (Year)
Operation

Additional information about the operation of this hub:
Physical Integration
Current physical integration level: [show definition]
Details about the physical integration:
  • Level 4: Conflict free and place making – At least two shared transport modes visible from a public transport stop with no conflicts and information of using the services and at least two services. Universal design principles are considered
  • Level 3: Visibility and branding – At least two shared transport modes visible from a public transport stop and at least one service (e.g., shop, parcel locker, kiosk), information about the service and potential conflicts, attractive design of the mobility hub, branding and aesthetically pleasing scheme. Universal design principles are considered.
  • Level 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
  • Level 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
  • Level 0: No physical integration – One shared transport mode, not at walking distance to public transport, no integration between the modes. No universal design criteria are considered
Digital Integration
Current digital integration level: [show definition]
Details about the digital integration:
  • Level 4: Integration of societal goals, policies and incentives – Local, regional, and/or national policies and goals are integrated into the service. Universal design principles are considered, including simple and intuitive app design and low-tech or analog booking alternatives
  • Level 3: Integration of service offers – Shared and public transport services at the hub are bundled, possibly subscription-based. Universal design principles are considered, including simple and intuitive app design and low-tech or analog booking alternatives
  • Level 2: Integration of booking and payment and universal design – Easy access to services for end users – such as a mobility marketplace or a one-stop shop where the user can find, book, and pay with the same app. Universal design principles are considered, including simple and intuitive app design and low-tech or analog booking alternatives.
  • Level 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.
  • Level 0: No digital integration – No digital integration of shared and public transport mode options offered at the hub. There are separate services and platforms for each mode. No universal design criteria are required
Democratic Integration
Current democratic integration level: [show definition]
Details about the democratic integration:
  • Level 4: Social learning – Participation takers and givers, including vulnerable users, have networked and integrated into the community, participation becomes permanent and independent
  • Level 3: Integration of different knowledge – Participation takers, including vulnerable users, argue or deny positions, their input is integrated into the participation process, participation givers create a room for decision making
  • Level 2: Deliberative engagement of stakeholders – Participation takers, including vulnerable users, argumentatively engage in decision-making, exchange of positions, active participation, participation givers invite participation and listen to stakeholder interests, including those of vulnerable user groups.
  • Level 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.
  • Level 0: No involvement – No involvement or consideration of stakeholder interests and user needs.
Modes

Mobility-related Services

Additional Services

Visibility and Branding
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Research Projects
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