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Mobility hubs: What’s your type?

CoMoUK creates an illustrated guide to spaces where people change travel mode

Mark Moran
09 September 2022
The Design Proces: Mobility Hubs Realised

 

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 bikes, buses, trains, scooters or walking.

The hub concept is a broad one, encompassing major transport interchanges and park & ride sites at one end, and bus stops and town centre kerbsides at the other. This means mobility hubs can take different forms,...

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