Mobility hub

Opt for a shared bike or car whenever necessary

HUB+ gives you flexibility in your daily life

As part of a European mobility project, employees at DTU Science Park in Hørsholm can from the 23rd of August use electric shared vehicles through a new mobility hub.

The shared vehicles can be used, for example, for commuting to and from work or between external meetings, and they can complement buses, trains, or private cars. HUB+ is a test hub that will run for at least one year with shared vehicles, including electric bikes from TIER and electric cars from GreenMobility and KINTO. Additionally, the carpooling service Nabogo will have a pickup point at HUB+.

The Capital Region is responsible for the project in Denmark, and Rudersdal Municipality has been chosen as the test municipality.

The HUB+ project is a pilot that will run for a year.

Your options with HUB+

For example, you can take a:

  • TIER electric bike to Rungsted Kyst station, where the coastal railway will take you to Copenhagen or further north.
  • GreenMobility electric car to publicly accessible parking spaces in GreenMobility’s zone in the metropolitan area.
  • KINTO electric car to designated parking spaces in densely populated areas of Rudersdal Municipality.
Partners

Apps for HUB+

To get started, you need to download one of the providers’ apps and sign up as a user. Download the apps here:

TIER:

GreenMobility:

KINTO:

About HUB+ and the mobility project

The Capital Region and Rudersdal Municipality, together with Kinto Mobility, Green Mobility, TIER, and DTU, have received a grant of DKK 10 million from the EU’s Horizon Europe Support Program to establish mobility hubs and test shared mobility outside the most significant cities, thereby strengthening the existing public transportation in combination with private mobility services. The goal is to make choosing public transport or shared solutions in everyday life and leisure time easier.

At DTU Science Park in Hørsholm, approximately 3,500 people go to work every day, making it relevant to test various types of mobility solutions. Hosting the test hub aligns well with DTU Science Park’s efforts towards sustainable initiatives. With HUB+, we aim to make using shared transportation an attractive solution in daily life.