Mobility Hubs 2022
Email   Website 

Mobility Hubs 2022

Conference and exhibition

25 May 2022 15 Hatfields London

Exhibition & seminars
Phone: 020 7091 7865  
** Last chance to book **

Creating connected spaces that encourage sustainable travel

Check out the website

The idea of providing a concentration of mobility services at one place is emerging as a way of creating sustainable public transport systems.

When reimagined as mobility hubs, car parks are no longer just places to store vehicles. Instead they become positive places that offer co-located services such as electric vehicle (EV) charging and shared mobility services.

Mobility hubs also represent the next step in the evolution of park & ride services, which will become genuine interchanges where people can switch from private cars to buses, trains, cycles and walking.

EV hubs offer drivers access to chargepoints in car parks at destinations such as shopping centres or in service area style facilities on major roads. The parallel emergence of service hubs is seeing other car parks acting as bases for logistics services and a range of activities such as ‘dark kitchens’ and ‘dark stores’.

This one-day conference will see speakers and expert panels explore the design, implementation and operation of mobility, EV and service hubs.


Confirmed speakers and panellists include:

  • Mihir Benison, senior planner, Arup
  • Adam Bidder, managing director, Q-Park UK
  • Matthew Clark, new mobility specialist, Steer
  • Carl Cook, e-mobility lead – vehicle & infrastructure, Mobilize Power Solutions 
  • Keith Fiskin, programmes manager, SEStrans
  • Sam Hunn, commercial manager, Fonix
  • Fiona Jenkins, associate, Steer
  • Habib Khan, founder and director, Meristem Design
  • Matthew Ledbury, senior policy and advocacy officer, CoMoUK
  • Antony Medica, business development director, Ecommpay
  • Paul Moorby OBE, chief executive and co-founder, Chipside
  • Tina Mould, capital programme project manager, Oxford City Council  
  • Grace Packard, senior public policy manager, Voi Technology
  • Fiona Petch, architect and director, Fatkin
  • Mark Potter, partner, Potter Church & Holmes Architects
  • Vaso Vaina, managing director, Stripe Consulting
  • Georgia Yexley, general manager UKI, TIER Mobility

More speakers to be confirmed soon.

Key themes

The Mobility Hubs 2022 conference will address themes such as:

  • Planning & operating mobility hubs
  • Developing service hubs
  • Policy and planning
  • Mobility hub design
  • Financing schemes
  • Revenue streams
  • Click & collect services
  • Last-mile delivery
  • Providing EV charging
  • Rethinking park & ride schemes
  • Kerbside hubs

Who should attend

  • Car park operators
  • Local authorities
  • Property companies
  • Car club operators
  • Micro-mobility specialists
  • Logistics companies
  • EV charging providers
  • Consultants
  • Architects


If you are interested in speaking or taking part in a panel contact Mark Moran on:

Sponsorship & exhibition

The event’s exhibition provides an excellent opportunity to showcase your systems and services. To find out how your organisation can be part of the day contact Jason Conboy on:

Other Events

TransportXtra is part of Landor LINKS

© 2024 TransportXtra | Landor LINKS Ltd | All Rights Reserved

Subscriptions, Magazines & Online Access Enquires
[Frequently Asked Questions]
Email: | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7959

Shop & Accounts Enquires
Email: | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7855

Advertising Sales & Recruitment Enquires
Email: | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7861

Events & Conference Enquires
Email: | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7865

Press Releases & Editorial Enquires
Email: | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7875

Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | Advertise

Web design london by Brainiac Media 2020