Design and installation report of an (e-)mobility point (WSTW)

Vienna E-Mobility

General facts

Description & main goal

Conceptual design of 2 mobility points and building 1or 2 mobility points (along with Vienna Mobility Card introduction) to strengthen multimodal services, develop an attractive design and reduce pressure on on-street parking (possible rollout in city)

Deployment area
Simmering
Involved actors and their role

Wiener Linien and before NeuMo: project lead and planning – digital info terminal, mobiliar, air pump

Upstream & Wiener linien: digital Services at WienMobil App

WSTW: coordination, research, mobility survey, implementation, 

 Wien Energie: charging points

Gebietsbetreuung, AIT: design, survey

 Dep. of City Administration: strategic, permission, contracting and legal aspects

 Sycube: bike racks

 Innovametal: lockable bike boxes

Stadtauto: local Carsharing Operator

Key-contact person
Main challenges & risks

lack of integration process of mobility providers (e.g. car sharing)
Lack of acceptance by local residents/visitors/policy (co creation)
approval process by local authorities
no appropriate business model for the maintenance of mobility point

Delivery date
M36

Specific facts

Location on public / private ground

Public

Type of area (e.g. former car park, urban green)

On-street-parking

Stations (#)

1 or 2 will be implemented

Distribution in project area/beyond

Not so far (possible rollout result of successful testing in Simmering)

Space provided for stations (m²)

Approx. 50-100 m2

Type & number of available mobility options (e.g. 2 pedelecs)

Mobility station with e-car sharing, pedelecs

Connection to other mobility options (e.g. public transport / recharging stations)

Recharging station for e-car sharing, recharging station for private e-cars, stations close to public transport stop

Easy / barrier-free access (yes/no)

Access for residents and visitors

Amenity value (e.g. weather protection, lighting, visibility)

W-LAN. Discussed: solar bench. Furniture to sit, air pump

Utilization rate (e.g. number of users)
Combination with app / electronic devices (e.g. routing)

Set-up of booking systems and software integration. It was agreed that the mobility point (including real time data about the number of available bikes) will be integrated into the existing mobility App “Wien Mobil” which is designed and operated by Upstream (City owned start-up). It will be visible as a POI. Currently a possibility for online booking is not foreseen

Combination with other services (e.g. kiosk, ATM) (yes/no)

Yes, delivery boxes and W-LAN. Discussed: public bicycle pump, an open book shelf.

Main challenges & risks

lack of integration process of mobility providers (e.g. car sharing)
Lack of acceptance by local residents/visitors/policy (co creation)
approval process by local authorities
no appropriate business model for the maintenance of mobility point