The eHUBS project can welcome new pilot regions and cities to the project. They want to take the opportunity to share the insights in data integration and data sharing. In December, they will host both an English and a French webinar to explain the two standards endorsed by the eHUBS project.


e-mobility hubs, or eHUBS for short, represent a crucial step towards adapting shared and electric mobility services. These dedicated street locations, where citizens can choose from a variety of sustainable electric shared transport options, will represent a real alternative to using their own car, providing opportunities to increase shared and electric mobility in a truly innovative way.

eHUBS are on-street locations that bring together e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, e-scooters and/or e-cars and offer users a wide range of possibilities to experiment and use in different situations. The idea is to provide a high-quality and diverse range of shared electric mobility services to discourage citizens from owning their own car, resulting in cleaner, liveable and more pleasant cities.

CDS-M standard stands for “City Data Standard Mobility” and is explained by the municipality of Amsterdam. Project partner Mpact will clarify the TOMP API, which stands for “Transport Operator, MaaS Provider” – “Application Programming Interface”. It will become clear why these standards are important for cities, regions and mobility providers to maximize the impact of your mobility projects.

Mark the following dates in your diary: December 9 – 11:00 to 12:00 CET for the English session and December 13 from 14:00 to 15:00 CET for the French session. You can register via this link in the English or this link in the frans.

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