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Mobility hubs: Creating connected spaces

Mobility Hubs 2023 takes place in London on 17 May

24 April 2023
CoMoUK will be discussing its mobility hub accreditation scheme
CoMoUK will be discussing its mobility hub accreditation scheme
CoMoUK will be discussing its mobility hub accreditation scheme

 

Mobility hubs are spaces where public, shared and active travel modes are co-located alongside improvements to the public realm. They enable travellers to make smooth and safe transfers between different modes, swapping private cars for shared vehicles, bikes, buses, trains, scooters or walking.

When reimagined as mobility hubs, car parks and park & ride sites are no longer just somewhere to store vehicles. Instead they become genuine interchanges. Meanwhile, the provision electric vehicle (EV) charging points at mobility hubs supports the transition to zero-emission vehicles.

The emergence of service hubs is also seeing car parks also being transformed into logistics bases for last-mile delivery services, click & collect locations and homes to dark kitchens and dark stores.

Mobility Hubs 2023 is a one-day conference and exhibition that takes place on 17 May at 15 Hatfields in London.

The second annual Mobility Hubs conference sees speakers and expert panels explore the design, implementation and operation of mobility, EV and service hubs. The day, programmed by Parking Review editor Mark Moran, will draw on real world experience and showcase best practice from around the UK and internationally.

Mobility Hubs is a Landor LINKS event.

Speakers

Speakers and panellists will include:

  • Olga Anapryenka, principal consultant, new mobility, Steer
  • John Austin, researcher and working partner, University of Plymouth
  • Trevor Brennan, project lead, England’s Economic Heartland
  • Kris Beuret, director, Social Research Associates
  • John Dales, director, Urban Movement
  • Matt Griffiths-Rimmer, director of communications and partnerships, Hadley Property Group
  • Dan Gullock, architect, director, Fatkin
  • Kate Jack, sector lead for smart mobility, Stantec
  • Markus Lauble, managing director, HUBER Car Park Systems
  • Matthew Ledbury, senior policy and advocacy officer, CoMoUK
  • Simon Lusby, technical director, head of transport & sustainability, City Science
  • Alex Merriman, senior policy advisor, sustainable transport choices & shared mobility, systems and strategy, Department for Transport
  • Habib Khan, founder & director, Meristem Design
  • David Knight, director, transport planning, Norman Rourke Pryme
  • Peter Ramsey, technical director, future mobility, WSP
  • Julian Scriven, managing director, Brompton Bike Hire
  • Mark Selby, director, Project Beyond Consortium
  • Grace Solsby, principal consultant, City Science

Programme and speakers correct at time of publication.

Key themes

The Mobility Hubs 2023 conference will address themes such as:

  • Planning mobility hubs
  • Developing service hubs
  • Policy and planning
  • Mobility hub design
  • Making space for hubs in car parks
  • Rethinking park & ride schemes
  • Creating kerbside hubs
  • Connecting with public transport
  • Providing EV charging
  • Hosting shared transport services
  • Linking into active travel schemes
  • Hub operation
  • Hosting click & collect services
  • Last-mile delivery schemes
  • Scheme accreditation

Who you will meet

Mobility Hubs 2023 will attract a experts and decision-makers from a range of sectors and disciplines.

  • Car park operators
  • Local authorities
  • Property companies
  • Car club operators
  • Micro-mobility specialists
  • Logistics companies
  • EV charging providers
  • Consultants
  • Architects
  • Facility
  • Public transport operators
  • Retailers
  • Construction and refurbishment contractors
  • App developers
  • Technology provides

Sponsorship opportunities

Mobility Hubs 2023 provides your company with the perfect opportunity to carefully target the marketing of your products and services to those within the shared mobility, property development and parking sectors.

To participate in this sector-defining event contact Jason Conboy.
Tel: 020 7091 7895

E-mail: Jason@landor.co.uk

About Landor LINKS

The Enforcement Summit is organised Landor LINKS, the team behind Parking Review magazine, the ever-popular British Parking Awards and conferences such as Traffic + Parking, Mobility Hubs, Modelling World and Liveable Neighbourhoods. Landor LINKS also produces a wide range of webinars and virtual events.
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