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KOMPIS - Combined Mobility Roadmap Sweden

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Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB - RISE Viktoria, Göteborg
Funding from Vinnova SEK 8 288 000
Project duration May 2017 - January 2021
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

KOMPIS was started in 2017 to support and accelerate the implementation of the Roadmap for Combined Mobility as a Service. -Created an ecosystem of actors who collaborate with each other to achieve this, through Kompis MeetUps, Kompis library and news coverage, through support to actors and to various legislative processes in the area and by gathering relevant authorities to a common vision and goal picture in how combined mobility as a service can contribute to the transport policy goals. In the attached final report, you can read more specifically about what results been achieved.

Expected effects and result

** Denna text är maskinöversatt ** KOMPIS has clearly contributed to advancing Sweden´s positions in the area of Kombinerad Mobilitet as a service, and has in a concrete way contributed to both raising knowledge, and to the creation of an eco-system and network of actors and organizations that share the vision of Shared mobility can play an important role in achieving the necessary and important objective towards a sustainable transport system.

Planned approach and implementation

The project has been implemented on the basis of the Roadmap and has also been organized in terms of content based on this. The roadmap´s path group, which was formed and constituted under the project´s management, has consisted of public organizations that have the greatest responsibility for implementation , which has been a strength in the project. Thematically, the content issues have been led by both people, inside and outside the project, which has given us links to other important initiatives. Much of the project work has also been carried out by supporting external actors.

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Last updated 9 March 2021

Reference number 2017-02468

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