Lisbon

EMEL (Lisbon’s Municipal Company for Mobility and Parking, an operating arm of the city council for mobility management) is working on a new concept of mobility hubs for short distance trips within the city of Lisbon. Our innovation team are currently working on the ideation of the concept with a citizen-centred approach, paying particular attention to the needs, preferences and expectations of users. Following a co-creation process, we aim to upgrade an existing bike sharing station into a new mobility hub to boost public transport and provide more connectivity to citizens.

Hub characteristics

  • One bike sharing docking station with capacity for 20 e-bikes

  • The bike sharing docking station is (will be) located near BUS stop and Metro Station

  • Other mobility services, amenities for improved multimodality (e.g. Wi-Fi hotspot, quick maintenance pitstop for bikes) and other added-value services (e.g. pick-up point, lockers, EV charging etc), that will be explored according the user needs and preferences.

Hub goals

1.

Promote the use of shared mobility services by offering a variety of services in a single location.

2.

Facilitate multimodality, such that local commuters will take their bike or use a shared mobility service in their trips in the city.

3.

Promote the use of low-carbon transport solutions.

Demographics

Population
0
Population density
0 /km2
Age distribution
75+
13%
65 - 74
28%
25 - 64
46%
15 - 24
9%
0 - 14
16%

Modal Split

Residents
Lisbon_modal_residents
Car
46%
Walking
30%
Public transport
22%
Bicycle
1%
Other
1%
Visitors
Lisbon_modal_visitors
Car
64%
Bicycle
36%