2022 - 2025


A modal shift from the privately owned car to shared mobility options is needed to cope with increased transport demand. In comes ShareDiMobiHub! Its aim? To improve multi-modal accessibility by raising the uptake of shared mobility hubs!

Shared and Digital Mobility Hubs, or ShareDiMobiHub for short, aims to improve urban multi-modal accessibility by increasing the introduction and uptake of shared mobility hubs, resulting in a modal shift and changed behaviour towards sustainable mobility options.

Across the span of three years, the project will speed up such a transition by utilising an integrated approach, through measures such as providing space for shared mobility, nudging and communication, private car restrictions, integration with public transport and with Mobility as a Service (MaaS), among others. The result? Citizens, commuters, and visitors alike will benefit greatly from the increased shared mobility offers, as well as experience easier access to the different options thanks to the project's implementation of a convenient MaaS app.

Pilots will be undertaken focusing on the integration of shared mobility with public transport and how to engage specific target groups, consisting of:

  • Cities of Skien, Porsgrunn, and Tønsberg (NO), who will implement hubs as part of public transport;
  • City of Rotterdam (NL), who will test hubs through target group approaches;
  • City of Leuven (BE), who will undergo two pilots:
    • One testing hubs through target group approaches using a multifunctional parklet;
    • The other testing hubs with a public-private scheme on shared use for different target groups.

ShareDiMobi's unique integrated approach will be used to implement plans to increase shared mobility hubs and digitalisation plans to integrate shared mobility with MaaS.

Collaboration is at the heart of the project: indeed, ShareDiMobiHub's consortium consists of 13 partners and 4 sub-partners with multidisciplinary and complementary competencies, including POLIS members, Leuven, Mpact, Rotterdam, and Utrecht Province.

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