eHUBS partners meet in Nijmegen

The eHUBS consortium gathered last week in Nijmegen -Netherlads for a 3-days consortium meeting.

As expected after a long time without seeing each other, the enthusiasm among partners was high as everyone prepared to present their latest progress on project activities.

All different work packages presented their updates, however, the focus was on:

  1. Workshops: To increase the uptake of the eHUBS by end users - How to apply CDS-M (data-sharing standard) in your city -   Session to collect information for the eHUBS blueprint.
  2. Pilots' progress: Partners cities provided information on the status of the pilot, usage of the hubs, and future plans on their eHUBS strategies.
  3. Research reports: Academic partners presented their latest research reports on the effects of eHUBS on emissions and travel behaviour

Site visit 

Consortium partners visited several eHUBS locations across Nijmegen and surroundings to verify firsthand the operations and level of implementation of the eHUBS project in the city.

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