What is the Mo.Hub project about?
The Mo.Hub research project aims to combine diverse mobility offers with attractive public space in the Grätzl (Austrian term for neighbourhood). This is done by means of mobility stations - the so-called Mo.Hubs.
The hubs are developed together with the residents of the Grätzl, businesses, mobility service providers, politicians and the responsible administration.
As mobility stations, the Mo.Hubs link mobility offers and services from e-bikes and e-scooters to car-sharing vehicles - a demand-oriented means of transport for all journeys. They thus promote intermodal, seamless and sustainable mobility. The shared use of vehicles means that fewer private cars are needed. Therefore, more space is available on the streets, which means better accessibility for all those who are already travelling without a private car. At the same time, it is an opportunity to switch from the little-used car to other mobility services. This can replace the private car in the long term and save money.
Freed-up space in public areas can be used for new mobility and attractive recreational areas. This means more space for:
- other forms of mobility such as cycling and walking
- green space and recreational facilities
- and much more ...
As part of the project, mobility stations are being built in the 7th district, the 9th district and in the Seestadt Aspern.
How can you become part of the project?
Why not drop by at one of our events or get in touch with us by email.
There will be two online information events, opens an external URL in a new window this week in the evenings (Tuesday, 07.12.201 from 6pm and Thursday, 09.12.2021 from 7pm)! You can take part from the comfort of your own home and enjoy, for example, a drink of your choice or some Christmas biscuits. Of course, participation is free of charge.
We would be very happy to welcome you to our group on Tuesday or Thursday and then talk to you about the topic of mobility stations in a relaxed atmosphere.