Transit-Oriented Development 2 – Public spaces, mobility hubs and climate neutrality toolbox

Automobile travel consumes scarce resources of fossil oil, accelerates climate change globally and creates air pollution locally. Transit-Oriented Development is an urban design policy that seeks to redesign car-oriented neighbourhoods, integrate transit infrastructure in neighborhoods and inspire modal shift from private car to walking and public transport.

This project will investigate station areas in Sweden, Denmark and China to develop a TOD2 framework with perspectives on public spaces, shared mobility and innovative mobility hubs, and carbon-neutrality toolboxes. It aims to contribute in achieving decarbonisation and decreased oil dependence in European and Chinese cities.



Duration: 2023 – 2026
Contact: Dr Todor Stojanovski, and Professor DING Wowo,
Project coordinator Europe:
KTH Royal Institute of Technology (University, Sweden)
Project coordinator China:
Nanjing University (University, China)
Partners: NIRAS A/S (Business, Denmark), Tongji University (University, China), Stockholm University (University, China), URBANDIGITAL APS (Business, Denmark), Foreningen Bloxhub (Special interest group, Denmark), Municipality of Frederiksberg (Urban public authority, Denmark)




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