Mobility hubs are commonplace in many European countries but new to the UK. There are pilot projects currently in various stages of development which are listed on this page. If you would like to add to this page or join our quarterly forum for those developing mobility hubs to share challenges and lessons learnt, please contact email@example.com.
Projects in development - funding committed / planning in place
Mobility hubs are being developed at the rail stations in Todmoden, Mytholmroyd and Sowerby Bridge to link to the local car club and provide enhanced cycle storage and landscaping.
Devon County Council
The council are working with South Western Railway and Co-cars / Co-bikes to gradually upgrade new sites to integrated mobility hubs.
London Borough of Redbridge
Suburban mini hub including a community café, planting, car club, EV charging and space to include micro-mobility.
Norfolk County Council
30 hubs planned over the Greater Norfolk area with shared bikes, cars and e-scooters alongside street redesign.
Nottingham & Derby City Councils
Future Transport Zone funding is supporting three types of mobility hub– neighbourhoods, campuses, and depots with electric car club hire, electric bike sharing, vehicle charging points, digital, real-time information.
Plymouth City Council
Up to 50 mobility hubs being planned for the city including e-bikes, electric car club, EV charging and a MaaS app.
Portsmouth City Council
The council are planning 5 mobility hubs across the area including one on the Isle of Wight.
Southampton City Council
A network of 3 local, 2 micro-mobility and 2 rail station hubs are being created as part of the Future Transport Zone funding.
Staffordshire County Council
As part of the Adept live labs a number of mobility hubs are being developed including a range of shared modes.
Transport for Greater Manchester
Car clubs and e cargo bikes are being developed in new mobility hubs in Chorlton and Bury.
Tyseley Energy Park
Supporting hub development in Birmingham including: electrical Vehicle Charging, along with an innovation hub and a café area
West Yorkshire Combined Authority
WYCA have plans a network of inclusive mobility hubs for Leeds & Wakefield including a range of shared modes.
Calderwood, West Lothian
Calderwood mobility hub serves the new housing development of Calderwood in West Lothian; providing car club and bike share at a transport interchange for express bus services to Edinburgh.
Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness Community Hub
Situated in the the village of Drumnadrochit on the banks of the famous loch, Loch Ness Hub is a community mobility hub promoting sustainable modes of transport including e-bike share, with additional modes planned in the future.
Developed in conjunction with SEStran, this hub includes car club bays, bike sharing facilities, public transport, wayfinding, and streetscape elements all under the new brand of Journey Hub.