Mobilising Mobility: e-Mobility hubs and transport modelling - the case of Leuven
The MOMENTUM and eHubs pilots in Leuven are strongly connected and deliver perfect project synergies. The Belgian middle-sized city shows how both projects help to enhance the management and clustering of new and shared mobility solutions across the city.
The webinar answered questions, such as:
- How to offer multimodal shared mobility hubs in your city?
- How can cities manage and, if needed, curb private mobility services?
The webinar was moderated by Karen Vancluysen.
Featured speakers were:
- Arjen Rodenburg (eHUBS coordinator)
- Gonçalo Correia (TU Delft, WP leader)
- Irene Blázquez Jiménez (MOMENTUM coordinator)
- Javier Burrieza (Technical coordinator)
- Tim Asperges (Advisor Urban Mobility)
The webinar was a Polis initiative in cooperation with the eHUBS and MOMENTUM projects.
Find the recording here
The eHUBS project will develop on-street locations that bring together e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, e-scooters and/or e-cars, offering users a wide range of options to experiment and use in various situations. The idea is to give a high-quality and diverse offer of shared electric mobility services to dissuade citizens from owning private cars, resulting in cleaner, more liveable and pleasant cities.
The MOMENTUM project aims to fill this gap by developing new data analysis methods, transport models and planning support tools. Working in close cooperation with cities, knowledge partners and other experienced stakeholders, MOMENTUM will support cities in the task of designing the right policy mix to exploit the full potential of emerging mobility solutions.