8th and 9th November 2018
Mobility hubs can play a pivotal role in providing equal access for people with specific mobility needs. The workshop will look into the design of intermodal mobility hubs (public or private places where passengers and cargo can change between different modes oftransportation). Hubs are evolving to address current changes towards digitalization, sharing economies and multimodal lifestyles. The term Accessible Hubs highlights that accessibility should be in the centre of this development.
The scientific objectives of this international workshop are:
- To identify urban design factors hindering further implementation of accessibility in mobility systems.
- To gain a better understanding of guiding principles suitable to co create, implement and assess accessibility in mobility hubs.
- To identify new alliances that will research and implement concepts of accessibility in urban mobility systems with regards to changing physical, social and digital affordances.
Last update: 6 November 2018
8 November 2018
- 09:00 Registration
- 09:30 Welcome
Anett Maud Joppien, TU Darmstadt
Martin Knöll, TU Darmstadt
What are Accessible Hubs?
Moderator: Marianne Halblaub Miranda, TU Darmstadt
- 10:00 Keynote
Hansel Bauman, Gallaudet University, Washington DC
- 10:45 Coffee Break, Kuhle Coffee Shop
- 11:00 Presentations
Stefanie Brehmer, University of Kassel
Peter Eckart / Julian Schwarze, Offenbach University of the Arts
Mobility Design and Access for All
Martin Lanzendorf / Andreas Blitz, University of Frankfurt
A social science perspective
- 12:45 Panel Discussion
- 13:15 Lunch break, UHG | R 140
Why do we need Accessible Hubs?
Moderator: Christian Rosen, TU Darmstadt
- 14:15 Keynote
Marten Wassmann, Benthem Crouwel Architects, Amsterdam
- 15:15 Presentations
Anna Bornioli, University of the West of England, Bristol
Frank Burkert, Ernst & Young, Hamburg
Access and Relevance
Martin Dijst, Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research
For the Benefit of Health
- 16:45 Panel Discussion
- 17:15 Reception, Kuhle Coffee Shop
9 November 2018
How to research Accessible Hubs?
Moderator: Annette Rudolph-Cleff, TU Darmstadt
- 09:00 Registration
- 09:30 Keynote
Jennifer J Roe, University of Virginia
Insights from Neuro-Urbanism
- 10:15 Presentations
Maria Ustinova, World Bank, Moscow
Active transport in Moscow
Matthias Knigge, Grauwert Designer, Hamburg
Values, not deficits!
Carlo Fabian, University of Applied Sciences and ArtsNorthwestern, Basle
12:15 Lunch Break UHG R 140
How to co create Accessible Hubs?
Moderator: Anna Zdiara, Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt
- 13:00 Keynote
Gaurav Raheja, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Social spaces, inclusive mobility
- 14:00 Presentations
Anna Rose, Space Syntax Ltd., London
Space Syntax and Access for All
Oliver Schulze / Mohammed Almahmood, SchulzeplusGrassow,Copenhagen
Co creating Potsdamer Platz
Raul Kalo, University of Tampere
15:30 Panel Discussion
16:00 Wrap Up
16:15 End of Workshop
The host research group
The Urban Health Games research group (UHG) of the Department of Architecture will be hosting the 1st International workshop on Universal Design in urban mobility systems. UHGs’ research and teaching activities focus on people-centred urban design in building new collaborations between urban designers, health and mobility experts to address global challenges such as inclusion, active lifestyles and Access for All.
The organizing team
Martin Knöll, Marianne Halblaub Miranda, Gladys Vasquez Fauggier, Sabine Hopp
With support from
Peter Eckart, Kai Vöckler, Greta Hohmann and Annalena Kluge. The Accessible Hubs workshop is kindly supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and by project–mo.de, a multidisciplinary research cluster led by HfG Offenbach, investigating sustainable mobility systems in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban agglomeration (LOEWE SP IDG).