Multimodal Mobility Hubs
Funded by the National Science Foundation, E4TheFuture is co-leading an initiative with the University of California-Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center to work with communities in Rhode Island to co-design mobility hubs that address the spatial mismatch between affordable housing and jobs.
The team is working to understand how low-to-moderate income households define mobility challenges, and identify strategies to overcome them. A major outcome of this project is creating a community-designed mobility hub and developing a replicable process that is adaptable to the characteristics and needs of other communities.
The interdisciplinary team also includes: Boston University, Brown University, Building Futures Rhode Island, Preservation of Affordable Housing, NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley, and Mobility Development.
View the abstract here.
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