Mobility hubs for existing neighborhoods in the G5

September 2020

In collaboration with the agencies APPM , Posad-Maxwan and the Deltametropolis association , we have started a study for the G5 (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, The Hague and Eindhoven), in which we investigate the spatial impact of mobility hubs for existing neighborhoods. On the one hand, this provides insight into the different physical and programmatic models of hubs that can be included in a network structure. On the other hand, insight is provided into the spatial impact of hubs on public space and the built environment by offering a new mobility structure. In addition, when setting up this network structure of mobility hubs, the behavioral change component, organizational structure, financial feasibility and growth models are taken into account. The report is finished. A summary and the download, though in Dutch, can be found at: REPORT HUBS IN NEIGHBOURHOODS.


Knowledge development of the mobility hub & research new urban distribution network for Shell

February 2020

Commissioned by Shell Nederland Verkoopmaatschappij BV, we explored the potential of an integrated mobility hub in general and in particular for the activities of Shell in early 2020. Based on this, it was decided to start up various pilots to test the synergy between various functions and services, such as shared mobility, parking, energy and retail. For these pilots, we also develop the organizational and financial models of the various types of mobility hubs. In addition the future distribution network of Shell in the city is also examined from a strategic perspective.

Mobility hub for new-build development Kerklaan 450 Capelle a / d IJssel

January 2020

Commissioned by ERA Capelle CV, a mobility vision has been developed for the new-build development of a multifunctional building development located in the center of Capelle aan de Ijssel next to the metro station. For the mobility provision of the project, in collaboration with shared mobility provider “Juuve”, a publicly accessible mobility hub with a scalable range of shared cars, e-bikes and e-scooters was chosen. The financing of the shared mobility is partly funded by the association of owners, who receive a mobility credit in return. Residents and users from the area also have access to the mobility hub in order to increase the occupancy rate of the shared mobility with the aim of optimizing the financial feasibility of the HUB. With this we expect to be able to guarantee a future-proof mobility offer, which also serves the environment.