Climate change and increasing resource scarcity together with rising traffic volumes force us to develop new environmentally friendly and people-oriented mobility options. The expansion of digital information systems is making forms of smart mobility possible, and we will soon be able to reconfigure different modes of climate-friendly transport to suit our needs. These developments represent a significant challenge for the design of a wide range of different mobility spaces. While Volume 1 of this series focused on practical aspects, Volume 2 collects research methods and findings from the fields of design, architecture, urban planning, geography, social sciences, traffic planning, psychology, and communication technologies. The book’s consideration of the possibilities and prospects of usercentered mobility design offers an important contribution to the ongoing debate concerning the mobility revolution.