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Network Micromobility Phase 2

Reference number
Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 450 000
Project duration November 2023 - October 2024
Status Ongoing
Venture Strategic Innovation Program Drive Sweden

Purpose and goal

The project Network Micromobility creates an active network to bind together actors with a strong interest in micromobility to exchange good examples of solutions and measures. The project aims to bring about smooth cooperation for a rapid transition and contribute to a climate-smart society. Micromobility is a good example of a service that grows quickly and ushers in new norms. For the new norms to be accepted by the majority, they must be developed by users, operators, public actors, and the public.

Expected effects and result

The project will contribute to the development of digital tools and solutions to improve the use of the existing cycling infrastructure and increase the sustainability and safety of our current transport system. Besides, it aims to increase accessibility in society by offering fossil-free, reliable, and safe transport alternatives and also encourages entrepreneurship in the mobility market.

Planned approach and implementation

The project is a continuation of the earlier project 2022-03072 Nätverk Mikromobilitet: A well-established network of over 90 people representing operators, municipalities, authorities, and others. The project will be holding quarterly roundtable discussions through physical and digital meetings. The project´s method aims to form a model for system innovations in complex contexts. Experiments in reality, inspiration, and competence development by spreading good examples of good working processes and solutions.

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Last updated 6 December 2023

Reference number 2023-03639

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