Hewitt Studios | Plymouth Mobility Hubs
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Plymouth Mobility Hubs

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Plymouth Mobility Hubs

Plymouth City Council has today launched a consultation on ambitious plans to install a network of Journey Hubs, designed to make travelling around the city cleaner and greener.

 

To help curb emissions and encourage residents and visitors to use low carbon modes of transport, the council aims to install up to 50 Journey Hubs across Plymouth by 2023. Each hub will provide electric vehicle (EV) charging points, e-bikes, an EV car club and links to public transport. The scheme also includes plans for the UK’s first sea-going electric ferry.

 

Initial concept designs have been prepared by Hewitt Studios and you can have your say on the plans here until 24th March 2021.

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