Successful kick-off meeting marks the start of MoLoHubs Interreg Project
The MoLoHubs project officially kicked into gear with a successful kick-off meeting in Hamburg on 4-6 October.
This ambitious transnational innovation initiative, co-funded by the European Union and Interreg North Sea, is set to revolutionize urban logistics and mobility hubs, and it has brought together a dynamic consortium of 13 esteemed partners from five different countries – Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, and Sweden.
MoLoHubs, the people-centric mobility & logistics Hubs, is a groundbreaking project designed to tackle the urban traffic congestion challenge head-on. The project's overarching objectives are clear:
- Slash urban traffic congestion
- Boost the attractiveness and functionality of urban mobility hubs
- Harness state-of-the-art digital technologies to create intelligent, digital solutions
- Promote the development of digital skills
MoLoHubs is set to revolutionize the way we approach logistics and urban mobility, putting the user experience at the forefront and paving the way for more sustainable and efficient cities.
Wondering who is part of this powerhouse consortium?
MoLoHubs boasts a diverse and dynamic consortium comprising 13 partners, each contributing unique expertise. The partners are categorized into five host partners, four knowledge partners, two network partners (including POLIS Network), and two implementation partners. We are proud to have multiple POLIS member cities on board as well, such as Aalborg, Amsterdam, Boras and Mechelen.
Together, we represent the force that will drive MoLoHubs forward:
- Aalborg Municipality (DK)
- City of Amsterdam (NL)
- City of Borås (SE)
- City of Mechelen (BE)
- Stadtreinigung Hamburg Anstalt des öffentlichen Rechts (DE)
- Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (NL)
- Hamburg Institute for Innovation, Climate Protection, and Circular Economy (DE)
- Transition ApS (DK)
- Universiteit Antwerpen (BE)
- POLIS Network (BE)
- CoolRunner (DK)
- House of Venture North Jutland (DK)
With our diverse expertise and shared vision, the consortium partners are primed to make MoLoHubs a resounding success and bring about positive change in urban mobility and logistics. The kick-off meeting was just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting journey. Five case study sites, to be rolled out as part of MoLoHubs, will not only alleviate urban traffic congestion but will also pioneer user-centered logistics services that hold the key to a more efficient future.
POLIS Network is proud to be a part of this journey and eagerly anticipates the project's achievements. For the latest developments on MoLoHubs and urban mobility innovation, keep a close watch on www.molohubs.eu and follow the project on LinkedIn.