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Sustainable Mobility Systems Södertälje

Reference number
Coordinator Scania CV Aktiebolag - XY-Sustainable City Solutions
Funding from Vinnova SEK 3 576 800
Project duration June 2017 - September 2019
Status Completed
Venture Strategic Innovation Program Drive Sweden

Important results from the project

Purpose and objectives with evaluating a multimodal mobility service for passenger transport at Scania is achieved. The conclusion is that Scania Go has improved the conditions for the employees´ internal transport needs, and that employees now are more aware of different alternatives to driving an own car. The system does however not solve the area´s general traffic situation, but for that further measures and development are needed. Project Learnings have led to that variants of the solution are explored, and the solution seems to be implemented at another large employer.

Expected long term effects

-Use of internal transport has increased by 20% -Vehicle utilization rate increased by 13% / passenger -Introduction of an electric bike system meant that 600 people chose to use a bike for internal transfers at least once -Sales of Scania Job Express tickets have increased by 17% -Implementation of the system has been complicated and costly, which is why scalability at present is considered low -There has been a great interest and curiosity for Scania Go from employees, the media as well as other stakeholders.

Approach and implementation

The project was carried out during 2 years, divided into 5 working packages: WP1: User insights WP2: Connection of vehicles and timetables. Prepared in March 2018. WP3: Design of user application and system implementation. Input from WP1 and 2 was used. WP4: Business model analysis WP5: Sustainability report from KTH/ITRL Members from the various packages met regularly to coordinate dependencies and discuss challenges and needs, but much work has been created in each individual working package.

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Last updated 31 January 2019

Reference number 2017-01976

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