Neighbourhood Mobility Station

Neighbourhood Mobility Station

neighbourhood mobility station

As cities continue to grow and populations start to surge, cities are facing congestion and transportation infrastructure challenges to accommodate the rising number of residents. ‘The 15 Minute City’ is a benchmark used by cities across the globe that focuses on designing places of work, play and living closer together.

To achieve ‘The 15 Minute City’ urban planners need to  start reducing development parking ratios and start thinking ‘multimodal’, using this ‘parking’ space to create a public-private network of alternative mobility modes in a centralized, convenient location – the Neighbourhood Mobility Station.

But what impact does a Neighbourhood Mobility Station have on the community? What are the key ingredients needed to make Mobility Stations socially, economically and sustainably feasible?

In this whitepaper, we dive into the key impacts of the Neighbourhood Mobility Station:

  • Their impact on reducing privately-owned vehicles
  • Financial benefits for users, residents, developers and local business owners
  • Environmental and personal health advantages

We also explore the features of successful Neighbourhood Mobility Stations including context-based design and the Triple Bottom Line implementation strategy.

"This whitepaper highlights why well-planned Mobility Stations at the neighbourhood level are more practical. Operations end up financially sustained while property developers save millions in parking construction costs. All led by supporting policies done right."
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