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Title: Which contents and empiricism from Shared Mobility Hub projects, as well as formats for sharing them, are relevant for the development of a digital learning platform?
Language: English
Authors: Hagen, Alexander 
Issue Date: 23-May-2024
Shared mobility can be a solution to prevent unnecessarily frequent car trips by single persons and to counteract other problems related to high traffic density and high CO2 emissions in cities. This solution can be promoted and offered to the public through shared mobility hubs. To disseminate the knowledge about shared mobility hubs to the public and mobility stakeholders, this paper analyses and evaluates what contents and its display formats are relevant to understand and implement shared mobility hubs. To achieve this, a research survey and stakeholder analysis was conducted with stakeholders of the EU-funded Interreg NSR project ShareDiMobiHub. These methodologies have proven to be promising and contribute reliably to assessing the interests and preferences of stakeholders regarding shared mobility hub content and thus their needs. In this paper the results have been evaluated and the needs of shared mobility hub stakeholders have been assessed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12738/15805
Institute: Fakultät Design, Medien und Information 
Department Medientechnik 
Type: Thesis
Thesis type: Bachelor Thesis
Advisor: Taefi, Tessa  
Referee: Wolf, Franziska 
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