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Citizen-driven Mobility Services

Reference number
Coordinator Lindholmen Science Park AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 500 000
Project duration January 2024 - December 2024
Status Ongoing
Venture Strategic Innovation Program Drive Sweden

Purpose and goal

The purpose of this prestudy is to explore in which ways citizen-driven co-creation can support the design of shared and socially sustainable mobility and transport services linked to the mobility house of the future in demographically diverse environments. The goal is to proceed with subsequent implementation initiatives where design concepts from the prestudy can be developed and evaluated in real urban development projects.

Expected effects and result

By involving residents and local actors, the prestudy will map the conditions, needs and benefits of mobility services and produce tailored design concepts with social sustainability in focus. The project´s focus on creating a new constellation of partners active in demographically diverse environments contributes to new knowledge and applications of socially sustainable shared mobility that is beneficial to citizens of different layers of society, which differs from conventional solutions focusing on technological solutions for environmental or financial sustainability.

Planned approach and implementation

The implementation of this prestudy is primarily based on two Living Labs that are established in two geographically and demographically different areas in Gothenburg and Mölndal. In these Living Labs, citizen-driven co-creation is carried out to develop design concepts for mobility houses of the future by connecting local actors and citizens with stakeholders and project participants in an iterative co-creation process. The project group will also have a dialogue with suppliers of existing and future products and services in the mobility and logistics area.

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Last updated 12 February 2024

Reference number 2023-04183

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