The research unit Transport System Planning (IVS) is concerned in teaching and research with transport, mobility and logistics in the context of spatial development as well as with interactions with social, technological and economic aspects. Our basic understanding integrates the demand- and supply-oriented perspective. Our research activities focus on social and technical innovations in the field of mobility and transport. The IVS can draw on a broad range of methodological expertise, ranging from quantitative and qualitative methods of social research and transport modelling to economic and ecological evaluation methods applied in complex research designs.

New green mobility station in Salzergasse

As part of our Mo.Hub project, we show how vehicles can be shared in an uncomplicated way!

Photograph District Representative Christian Sapetschnig, MO.Point managing director Stefan Melzer, Aurelia Kammerhofer (TU Wien) and Philip Krassnitzer (Agenda Alsergrund)

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photograph of project partners Mo.Hub - Salzergasse: District Representative Christian Sapetschnig (SPÖ), MO.Point managing director Stefan Melzer, Aurelia Kammerhofer (TU Wien) and Philip Krassnitzer (Agenda Alsergrund)

photograph Mo.Hub e-car

© Tobias Schmitzberger

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photograph Mo.Hub e-car

photograph Mo.Hub cargo bike

© Tobias Schmitzberger

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photograph Mo.Hub cargo bike

photograph of the project partners: Aurelia Kammerhofer (TU Wien), Philip Krassnitzer (Agenda Alsergrund), District Representative Christian Sapetschnig (SPÖ) as well as MO.Point Managing Director Stefan Melzer

© Tobias Schmitzberger

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photograph of the project partners: Aurelia Kammerhofer (TU Wien), Philip Krassnitzer (Agenda Alsergrund), District Representative Christian Sapetschnig (SPÖ) as well as MO.Point Managing Director Stefan Melzer

The new Grätzloase Salzergasse including mobility station

A small Grätzloase has recently been built in Salzergasse 44. The remarkable aspect of this oasis is that it was created as part of our cooperative research project Mo.Hub, opens in new window and combines shared mobility with a new recreational quality.

The goal is to reduce the number of parking spaces in public spaces through shared mobility services and to use the freed-up space in a diverse way. In several Viennese districts, mobility offers that can be used by everyone are coupled with nice places to sit and stay and bundled in the form of mobility stations - the so-called "Mo.Hubs".

Such a Mo.Hub - consisting of mobility offers and a new oasis in the neighbourhood - has now been constructed in Lichtental in cooperation with the Lichtental Agenda Group. Further Mo.Hubs will follow in the 7th district and aspernSeestadt.

Find out more about the new mobility station in the 9th district here, opens an external URL in a new window

Are you interested in the Mo.Hub project? You can read more about it on our project website, opens an external URL in a new window!

The cooperative project is a collaboration between the TU Wien, the mobility company "MO.Point", "Urban Innovation Vienna" and the planning offices "stadtland" and "di*mann". The project is funded within the framework of the FFG programme "Mobility of the Future" by the Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK).