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A design approach to determine the locations in combination with amenities for neighbourhood hubs...

A design approach to determine the locations in combination with amenities for neighbourhood hubs...

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This  thesis, “A  design  approach todetermine  the  locations  in  combination  with  amenities  for neighbourhood hubs, based on user profiles”, is the final product to complete the master’s programme TIL (Transport, Infrastructure & Logistics) at the TU Delft.

It represents the work I have done during the foregoing sevenmonthsin cooperation with the TU Delft and Advier. I  have  already  been  following  the  world  around  mobility  hubs  since I  started  with  my master’s programme.  Mobility  hubs combine  many  interesting domains,  such  as  mobility  (obviously),  urban development, social cohesion, and many others. That’s why I wanted to do more research into mobility hubs.

When I first came across Advier, it was immediately clear that they are one of the most prominent companies  in  the  Netherlands regarding mobility  hubs  and  shared  mobility.  A  good  match!  Their question focused specifically on the  allocation of amenities to a grid of neighbourhood hubs.

When I started at Advier, it became clear very quickly that there are a lot of unknowns regarding neighbourhood hubs. Obviously, in the early stages of my graduation trajectory I wanted to do way too much, which resulted in a very extensive research proposal. I think this is the most common issue among graduation students. As  the  thesis  progresses,  you realize  that  you  cannot  answer  all  questions  related  to neighbourhood hubs over the course of a few months... scoping, scoping, and scoping-that’s the motto.

Fast-forwarding  to  today,  I  am  grateful  that  I  have  been  able  to  contribute  to  the  domain  of neighbourhood hubs in both a practical and scientific way.I feel very fortunate that I have been given to opportunity to spend my last time asa student at Advier. Despite a large part of my graduation trajectory fell right within the Corona pandemic, my colleagues at Advier did everything to involve me into the activities of the company as well as possible. I would like to express my gratitude to my supervisors from Advier, Riëtte Zonnenberg, Jordi Spruit, and Minze Walvius, and all my other colleagues for their help and positive support.Moreover, I would like to thank my daily supervisors  from  the  TU  Delft,  Jan  Anne  Annema andNiels  van  Oort  for  their  valuable  guidance, feedback, and time. I was even given the chance to promote my work on TV. It is great that students get such opportunities. I am also very grateful that Bert van Wee was willing to chair my committee, and provide such detailed feedback during the official supervision meetings. Finally, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the support I received from family, friends, and fellow students during my thesis. I really enjoyed all the good conversations and fun times! And of course, I will keep following the developments around hubs, and I am very curious for what the future holds! 

Vianen, J.C. (Jarco)Rijnsburg, April 2022

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