Innovator in the field of urban mobility and provider of the first digital mobility service in Poland (MaaS: Mobility-as-a-Service) Vooom platform,in which ING Bank Śląski has invested, will soon launch the first Mobility Hub in Poland in Służewiec (the country's largest business district), i.e. a modern parking space for shared vehicles. It concerns 100 percent emission-free electric scooters and cars per minute with dedicated infrastructure charging. The project is carried out in cooperation with Adgar Poland.
The task of Mobility Hubs, a special purpose company established this year, will be to spread the idea of ecological, sustainable and shared transport in Polish cities. Designating special parking areas next to properties is more than just an opportunity to clean up city sidewalks. As part of the Mobility Hubs, users will quickly and easily find their preferred means of transport, and will also have access to special chargers for various types of vehicles. Mobility Hubs are also a richer transport offer in the time of a pandemic – it creates a convenient alternative to moving in conditions of social distancing.
The majority shareholder of Mobility Hubs is Vooom - the first MaaS platform in Poland that integrates various sharing vehicles with public transport in one application and is also a universal urban travel planner, combining various means of transport within one route.
“It's hard to imagine a better start. Our premiere implementation is co-created by the Vooom mobility platform, the investor Agdar Poland, engaged in the improvement of infrastructure and business transport in Służewiec, leading operators of shared transport services (including e-scooters and e-carsharing) and the local energy supplier innogy. Mobility Hubs will be a revolution in the approach to city travel. First, they will give employees, customers and tenants access to efficient and convenient shared mobility. Secondly, under one contract and in one attractively arranged space, they will guarantee the availability of sharing vehicles, thus complementing traditional transport options,” Adam Jędrzejewski, president of Mobility Hubs, said.