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The main objective is to assess if a co-designed, user-centric development can enable mobility hubs to act as a game changer towards inclusive sustainable urban mobility and accessibility. SmartHubs will develop and test novel participatory and impact assessment tools in living labs in Brussels, Rotterdam-the Hague metropolitan region, Munich, Vienna and Istanbul. SmartHubs has 30 project partners from 6 countries in Europe.
Contact: Prof. dr. Karst T Geurs, University of Twente
Partners: Taxistop Asbl – Wien 3420 aspern Development AG –Aspern Mobility Lab – UPS Germany – HTM Personenvervoer – RET – NS Stations – Lojika Field Labs – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences – TU Wien – Transport System Planning – TU Wien – Multidisciplinary Design and User Research – Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region (VOR) GmbH/ITS Vienna Region – Federal Government of Lower Austria – Stadt-Umland-Management Wien/NÖ – Mobility Lab Graz – Vrije Universiteit Brussel – Service public régional de Bruxelles – Anderlecht Municipality – University of Munster – Technical University of Munich – City of Munich – Munich Public Transport Association –University of Bologna – Municipality of The Hague – Municipality of Rotterdam – Metropolitan Region Rotterdam the Hague – CROW – Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality – University of Twente – MO.Point