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Innovation Procurement and other new solutions for operation and maintenance

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Coordinator Stockholms Stad - Trafikkontoret
Funding from Vinnova SEK 265 029
Project duration December 2016 - January 2018
Status Completed

Important results from the project

The project has worked as the start-up phase for the project Innovativa lösningar för drift och underhåll I stadsmiljö/Innovative solutions for maintenance and management in urban enviroments". The project aims to reduce negative social impacts from maintenance and construction in the urban street environment. The goal is to find substantial improvements to implement in everydaywork.

Expected long term effects

During 2018, the project will provide a report to the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation regarding impact-based fees on traffic-disrupting activities. Improved opportunities for municipalities to work with incentives have been identified in the project as an potential tool for reducing the impact of traffic-disrupting activities in the urban environment. The project has also started forum with the goal to effectively collaborate and discuss permits and coordination methods associated with traffic-disruptions from a public management perspective.

Approach and implementation

In the city of Stockholm the various permits and IT-systems related to traffic-disrupting activities are centralized to Trafikkontoret/City of Stockholm Traffic Administration. The project has initially brought together internal experiences and ideas about challenges and possibilities. The results have then been discussed and analyzed together with the project participants, the Swedish Transport Administration and Vinnova´s representatives. As a summary, the information exchange and related dialogue has been the key activity to drive the project forward.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2016-04992

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