The introduction of new types of innovative vehicles such as the hoverboard or monowheel in urban areas can raise questions in terms of regulation, safety and the future of urban mobility. In this research, 5 personal mobility vehicles currently acting in the Netherlands are considered, as well as a category of innovative vehicles. These vehicles are considered using the Safety Cube approach for their operational, functional and structural properties. From these properties, a Maturity Model for Urban Mobility (MMUM) is designed to assess their maturity in the Netherlands and to identify influencing factors when designing urban mobility systems. Read it further here.