The Warsaw-based “Mobile City” Association (in Polish: Mobilne Miasto) is advocating for a more sustainable local transport system by implementing a network of multimodal mobility hubs offering a variety of highly-effective and eco-friendly shared mobility solutions.
Bringing shared mobility solutions closer to the citizens by gathering them in specially designated mobility hubs.
Creating more liveable and useful urban spaces by transforming low-effective parking spaces into vibrant mobility hubs.
In the long run: reducing dependency on private cars and decrease the individual motorization rate among the local society
In the course of its first year, the Smarthub generated a total of 1328 rides. In 66% of cases the users were renting out shared vehicles from the hub and in 34% of cases the users were ending their trip in the hub. In 2022 the hub improved its performance and generated a total of 3278 rides (between January and September). Around 75% from this came from E-scooter use and most of the rest was from car-sharing.