On May 11, 2021, Dr Gustav Bösehans presented the latest research on eHUBs from Newcastle University at the International Transport Forum (ITF) Pre-Summit Research Days. In the first session of the two-day event, focused on low-carbon vehicle technologies, Gustav presented his research entitled “Predicting the intention to use different types of shared electric vehicles using a multiple linear regression approach”. The objective of the Pre-Summit Research Days is to bring together top academics researchers and practitioners to present and discuss topics relevant to the Summit’s theme. It is critically important that research results are brought into practice, especially considering the pace with which our transport system is currently evolving. The Research Days offer a great opportunity to exchange ideas not only between researchers, but also with representatives from governments, cities, and other decision makers.