Participate in the eHUBS International Academy 2022!

The eHUBS International Academy is taking place in Leuven and Brussels ahead of the Annual POLIS Conference 2022 - when you say 'killing two birds with one stone'!

This year’s eHUBS Academy will bring together European cities and regions pioneering new mobility hub concepts for a 2-day master class, supporting local and regional authorities in improving their existing mobility hub strategies through knowledge exchange activities, and advanced academic training.

Are you a local or regional authority with an existing mobility hub strategy?

If so, POLIS and the rest of the eHUBS consortium have some great news for you!

At the eHUBS International Academy in Leuven - Brussels, Belgium, which will take place between 28 and 29 November, you will be able to learn first-hand from several experts and practitioners of the eHUBS project how to take your mobility hub strategy to the next level! For instance, how to increase, consolidate, and regulate the uptake of electric shared mobility.

The 2-day seminar organized by eHUBS' project partners Autodelen.netMpactMobipunt vzw and POLIS will focus on three main aspects. It will dive deep into planning guidelines in order to create social and climate-robust mobility hubs of the future, focus on (new) business models for shared mobility and in what way cities and eHUBS can contribute to this, and tackle (digital) regulation of shared mobility.

The event will include a site visit at several eHUBS locations in Leuven as well as a workshop on digital regulation of shared mobility.

Register now!

If you would like to apply to the event, please sign up at this linkThe deadline to apply is 23 September.

For more information, please contact  Daniel Herrera (, Dzvenyslava Tyslyukevych ( POLIS or Bram Seeuws (


Further information

Check the event here and the draft program here. 

In order to maximise a fruitful exchange, the number of external participants will be limited to 15 people - additional applicants will be added to a waiting list.

Some financial resources are available to cover the travel and accomodation costs of POLIS members.