Creating smart shared mobility options for the city of tomorrow

About SmartHubs

In a world with increasing pressure on urban space and climate, there is a clear need for innovative and sustainable mobility solutions.

An abstract representation of a mobility hub

SmartHubs is an EIT Urban Mobility project. It develops and validates effective and economically viable mobility hub solutions.

Current project cities

In six European cities with different urban characteristics and demographics, a comparison is made between smart mobility hubs. The aim is to test and validate economically viable mobility hub concepts that foster the modal shift to sustainable transportation and more efficient use of urban space.

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Creating smart mobility solutions together

SmartHubs brings together a diverse consortium of cities, companies, and universities to develop and validate smart shared mobility hubs.

It's an EIT Urban Mobility project that researches and runs pilots in several European cities. It aims to accelerate the successful implementation of mobility hubs, maximize citizens’ accessibility and inclusion, and reduce emissions.

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Sant Cugat is the city where the pilot is implanted within the Barcelona Metropolitan Area.

AMB is improving services in their public network of bike parking by a cargo bike-sharing system.

AMS Institute is involved in overall project management, designing a pilot validation framework, and software development.

Brainport Smart District implemented a small smart hub and focusses on behavioral change.

Capgemini is responsible for developing validated SmartHubs Value Propositions and business models in 2021 and 2022.

CARNET coordinates the activities of the hub in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area.

Amsterdam will test different SmartHub solutions, coordinates the other pilots and helps develop a blueprint for procurement.

Eindhoven turns the Park & Ride into a SmartHub, exploring new integrated mobility opportunities.

EIT Urban Mobility acts to accelerate positive change on mobility to make urban spaces more liveable.

EMEL intends to upgrade an existing bike-sharing station into a mobility hub to boost public transport.

FGC boosts multimodality and encourages the transition towards a more sustainable transport model in the metropolitan area of Barcelona.

The city of Helmond implemented a small smart hub and focusses on behavioural change.

At Hely, you can rent e-cars, e-bikes, and cargo bikes via just one app at one of our hub-locations.

Mobilne Miasto conducts a feasibility study on SmartHubs in Warsaw and launches pilot hub(s).

ZTM co-manages smart mobility hubs in Warsaw to see how it changes our understanding of mobility.

SKODA AUTO wants to use the know-how about mobility hubs to support a similar infrastructure in the Czech republic.

The Instituto Superior Técnico is developing the business models of the SmartHub and providing support to the Lisbon pilots

TML is responsible for the implementation of a mobility hub near to a multimodal station in the Setúbal Municipality.

TU Delft is involved in the design and development of the decision-support tool and citizens’ experiments.

The mission of UPC is to scientifically define and practically test a smart hubs model in a metropolitan context.


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