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Determination of locations for neighbourhood hubs based on user profiles

Determination of locations for neighbourhood hubs based on user profiles

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A grid of mobility hubs can only contribute to a better use of spaceif the amenitiesat these hubs are actually usedby people.While this seems obvious, it can be observed in practice that authorities and consultancy agencies lack knowledge about users, amenities, and locationsof mobility hubs. Moreover,there is agrowing need for a practical tool to determine the most preferrable locations and amenities for hubs. Advier has already developed atool to determine a gridof mobility hub locations, by using existing transport nodes. For this thesis, Advierhas expressed the need to expand this tool by also considering non-mobility related nodes,and determining the amenities for each mobility hub location.

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