What is the role of mobility hubs in our territories today?
Railway stations, public transport stations, parking lots, shopping centers, all these places have been transformed the past few years to better meet the needs of users.
These multi-modal transit hubs not only promote mobility and intermodality, but also help to revitalize areas by offering new value-added services to users.
Faced with this situation, all players, whether public, private or institutional, are mobilizing to diversify their mobility offers.
In a context of transformation of territories, search for more sustainable, flexible and less expensive modes of transport, mobility hubs have become an incredible field of exploration to integrate new modes of mobility while relying on innovative technological solutions (data enhancement, flow management, infrastructures...).
This month, the Mobility Club Talks will help you better understand how mobility hubs can innovate and structure a territory.
This week, we give the floor to Aurélien Cottet, International Sales Manager at Instant System, a startup specialized in MaaS app and member of MaaS Alliance:
- What are the different types of mobility hubs?
- What role do mobility hubs play in the development of MaaS?
- What are the remarkable initiatives in Europe?
With Vincent Cabanel, Business Intelligence Officer at Via ID
What is the Mobility Club?
In order to strengthen its network of partners and to promote collective intelligence around new mobilities and smart cities, Via ID has initiated the creation of the Mobility Club. This private circle is dedicated to large companies wishing to better understand the changes in the sector and to develop closer ties with startups.