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LIMA - Lindholmen Integrated Mobility Arena

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Coordinator Lindholmen Science Park AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 24 117 775
Project duration August 2018 - February 2022
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The LIMA service includes a digital MaaS interface that offers a range of mobility services and provides users with information about traffic and service availability. As a complement to this, mobility hubs have been developed at Lindholmen with the aim of co-locating, making accessible and simplifying the use of shared mobility services. The LIMA service was tested for a year starting in Oct 2020. Despite the corona pandemic and limited opportunities to travel, test users and the companies that joined the pilot have participated in evaluations of the service and the mobility hubs.

Expected effects and result

The LIMA service has the potential to offer an attractive alternative to private motoring by integrating and offering shared mobility to users. To do this better, the service needs to include more of the shared transport services that are available in the city, and these services should be integrated to a higher level. In other words, users should be able to both book and pay for additional services in the LIMA app. Further, the service should include a travel planning function which guides users in planning travel and selecting travel modes.

Planned approach and implementation

LIMA and several other initiatives in Sweden have raised the issue that restrictive legislation and an unclear division of roles and responsibilities retard the development of sustainable shared mobility and MaaS. It is not currently possible to commercialize solutions that are efficient and attractive to users and resolving these problems should be prioritized. We must take steps forward in implementing and scaling MaaS, for both the climate and the environment, and for Sweden to maintain its role as a pioneer of MaaS developments in a broader, European perspective.

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Last updated 30 March 2022

Reference number 2018-02754

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