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van der Meer, Ralph (author)
Over the past decades, car ownership in the Netherlands has been on an increase. Besides being an environmental burden, passenger cars also require a lot of space. Mitigating the impact of passenger cars on climate change and public space requires a shift to a more sustainable view of transport, in which neighborhood mobility hubs might play a...
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Schouwenaar, Kevin (author)
The world is currently trying to adopt a sustainable transformation process to counteract the negative effects of climate change. Part of this sustainability process is the electrification of the transport sector. However, a network of charging solutions is needed to provide the transition to sustainable mobility with the desired power. One of...
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Kistenfeger, Moritz (author)
<br/>To tackle challenges such as climate change, air pollution, traffic accidents, or the lack of space in cities, our urban transportation systems must become sustainable, emission-free, safer, and more efficient. The introduction of shared mobility is seen as a critical component in facilitating a mobility transition in large cities, as...
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Merchant, Zahra (author)
Introduction<br/>An assignment for Royal Schiphol Group, the project aimed to create a future vision that aligns all stakeholders towards a shared ambition to transform towards a multi modal hub as well as identify user needs that could facilitate new strategic initiatives for Schiphol group as a MMH.<br/>In order to create the future vision a...
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Xanthopoulos, Stavros (author)
Nowadays, urban areas are exposed to various challenges such as climate change, social inequalities, and congestion. Mobility hubs present the opportunity to reshape our cities and mitigate the previously mentioned problems by contributing to a more sustainable and equitable transport system. This thesis defines mobility hubs as places where...
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Xie, Dan (author)
As one of the important ports in the Mediterranean region, Port of Beirut is a<br/>cargo transit hub in Lebanon and even the Arab region. Every year, 6.2m tons of cargo is circulated through the port of Beirut and transported to Lebanon and surrounding areas.<br/>But the port’s logistics system faces many challenges. The previous civil war...
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Francissen, Pepijn (author)
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Vianen, Jarco (author)
Cities and regions are dealing with increasing levels of urbanization, which demands for more urban densification through urban developments. At the same time, liveability, sustainability, health, and social equity are becoming increasingly important. This demands for mobility solutions to use urban space more efficiently, while maintaining and...
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Tulp, Emma (author), Liu, Kuan-Ting (author), Grimbacher, Elena (author), Bobadilla Gracia, Mariana (author)
Our society is dealing with multiple wicked problems: the Climate Crisis, poverty, inequality and our need for a sustainable and healthy environment to live in. The Climate Crisis increases the urge to reduce the dependency on fossil fuels and requires a structural transformation to our management and distribution of space, economy and community...
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Fischer, Berend (author)
Royal Schiphol Group is the overarching organisation of multiple airports, among which Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. As the world around these airports is quickly changing with aviation under pressure, and a huge amount of new potential modalities, RSG is in need of an approach to deal with new kinds of modalities. This project was executed for...
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Roos, Michiel (author)
There is an ongoing trend of urbanisation, and cities are becoming more and more crowded. In 2014, 46\% of the population of the OECD countries lived in urban areas. Whereas the growth of cities was previously mainly an expansion, the growing population is now increasingly leading to densification. Since 2007, more than half of the constructed...
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Kooter, Mick (author)
Implementing green alternatives in the heavy­-duty mobility market is required to reach the set climate goals of 2050 and decrease greenhouse gas emissions. Refuelling infrastructures based on alternative fuels such as hydrogen are not sufficiently available. This poses a barrier to large scale implementation and investment in new emission­ free...
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Saravanan, Mukil Prasath (author)
With the number of passenger cars increasing worldwide, shared modes are being introduced in addition to public transport and active modes to reduce private car usage. The concept of mobility hubs was introduced to improve the accessibility of the different available transport modes. At a mobility...
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Visscher, Just (author)
The Dutch government's "Green deal 173" increases the challenge of electrification of mobility. The "Green deal 173" states that city centres will be emission free as from 2025 and whole cities will be emission free as from 2050. Emission free cities are in need of electric buses in the city centres. Thus, the need for charging infrastructure...
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Wei, Bin (author)
Street, as the fundamental infrastructure for circulation, access and connectivity,<br/>is the crucial public space that supports economic, social and cultural activities.<br/>Moreover, the identity and development of city would be influenced by the street. Since the street was taken as a unit of planning in the 16th century, it has been...
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Yildiz, Arda (author)
The thesis aims to investigate the different flows of logistics particularly goods and people through urban mobility strategies and utilizing inland waterways to improve the efficiency of logistic lifecycles. The project also speculates about the ever-changing logistic infrastructures such as a terminal, warehouse and distribution center. The...
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van Gerrevink, Iris (author)
Mobility hubs are a promising concept that has been gaining increased attention. Mobility hubs, a place where several (shared) modalities are combined, are seen as an enabler of shared mobility. Shared mobility and mobility hubs could therefore provide attractive alternatives for private vehicles and contribute to municipal policy goals. Like to...
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Cui, Wen (author)
From carriages to cars, from steam engine trains to HS trains, the modes of mobility has been changing through the time. Mobility as become more and more relevant to people’s daily life and also plays an important role in city planning. With the rapid development of mobility modes, more facilities are also needed to fulfill a complete...
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Schelling, Jip (author)
This graduation project explores the influence that the mobihub -a physical space in the neighbourhood that facilitates and promotes shared transport- can have on the neighbourhood. This has been done by making multiple exploratory designs for different locations. The insights from these studies have been combined into a design manual for the...
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Blad, Koen (author)
As a solution to the high greenhouse gas emissions and declining quality of life caused by the private vehicle, the mobility hub is introduced. The mobility hub is a place where multiple modalities come together, including public transport and shared mobility. As the mobility hub is a relatively new innovation, limited research is available on...
master thesis 2021
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