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A majority of our residents rely upon public transit, biking, walking, and driving to get around our city. But, shared mobility and technology advances are altering travel. <br/> New ways of transportation are introduced each day. The future of transportation may very well be shared, electric, and highly mobile. <br/>GoHubs! are intended to help us organize these modes. We provide information on how to access them and navigate the technology, and ultimately make it easier to get around Boston
[[File:neighborhood_mobility_microhubs.pdf|300px|Neighborhood Mobility Microhubs]] [[File:MainStreetsPilot_Report_final_0.pdf|300px|Incentivising a New Routine]]
*Identifiable places where transportation options, information, and placemaking elements are combined
*Centered around bus stops, subway stations, and Bluebikes
*Includes other amenities, such as carshare, pickup and drop-off for ride hail, EV charging, information kiosks, seating, and public art
*Form a network, improving first- and last-mile connections
[[File:Gohubs-graphic.jpg|800px|center|City of Boston GoHubs]]
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