Mobility hubs are a new feature for the UK.
We believe it is important they are implemented well and that we learn from the excellent examples overseas.
Mobility hubs should deliver integrated, quality services and consider the needs of those who live nearby as well as those who travel through them.
CoMoUK has worked with stakeholders to create the UK's only accreditation standard for designing and assessing mobility hubs.
The accreditation is built up on six success factors.
We continually get asked what a mobility hub might look like and what would it cost? What is in it and why shared mobility?
Following a thorough design process we now have a document that addresses that question for five mobility hub types.
The document describes the design and delivery process that can be used by built-environment professionals to further their understanding of what a mobility hub is, how it is designed, what it may cost and the elements that make up a mobility hub.
An important element of a successful mobility hub is ensuing it has strong branding and informative signage. This is especially true for networks of hubs which need a common identifier. This document looks at the purpose of the signage and provides examples of how branding and signage have been tackled across the UK and overseas. The guide will be updated as new examples emerge.