Mobility Hub Planning Resources
Mobility Hub Features Catalog
The Mobility Hub Features Catalog describes the kinds of services, amenities, and technologies that make up a mobility hub like enhanced transit waiting areas featuring WiFi and real-time travel information; safe walkways and bikeways; secure bike parking; mobile retail services; dedicated bus lanes and smart intersection improvements; shared cars, scooters, and bikes; smart parking technology; and more.
Mobility Hub Example
View the Oceanside mobility hub visual simulation to see how mobility hub services and amenities can be implemented to enhance connections to/from transit and popular community and employment destinations. A wide range of shared mobility services and supporting technologies are highlighted.Video: Oceanside Mobility Hub Visual Simulation
An Oceanside mobility hub visual simulation illustrates e how mobility hub services and amenities enhance connections to/from transit in addition to popular community and employment destinations.
The Implementation Considerations memo recommends strategies to facilitate mobility hubs including planning and policies, allocating space for hub features, data sharing, and public-private partnerships.
An Equity Considerations memo summarizes some benefits, challenges, and best practices associated with the equitable implementation of mobility hubs so that everyone benefits.
Mid-Coast Mobility Hub Strategy
The Mid-Coast Mobility Hub Strategy recommends mobility hub features for each newly added Trolley station area including improved walkways and bikeways, bike/scootershare services and designated parking, on-demand shuttles, and supporting services and technologies such as package delivery stations, mobile retail, real-time travel information, and community wayfinding.
Mobility Hub Profiles
Mobility hub recommendations for each station area are summarized in the set of profile sheets below. Each profile sheet is interactive – click on any mobility hub feature icon to learn more about the service or amenity within the Mobility Hub Features Catalog.
Pepper Canyon Mobility Hub Designathon
SANDAG collaborated with UC San Diego Design Lab to host a Pepper Canyon Mobility Hub Designation on April 6-7, 2019. More than 200 students, professionals, and community members participated in the two-day event, which was held to develop visionary concepts, designs, and proposals for future services and amenities intended to maximize personal mobility.
SANDAG collaborated with UC San Diego Design Lab to host a Pepper Canyon Mobility Hub Designathon on April 6-7, 2019. More than 200 students, professionals, and community members participated in the two-day event, which was held to develop visionary concepts, designs, and proposals for future services and amenities intended to maximize personal mobility.