LIMA will involve 1,000 employees and 100 passenger cars in a large-scale pilot that includes combined mobility and new concepts for car sharing, as well as an overall system optimization using AI. In addition, conceptual development of a Mobility Hub, as a physical venue for local transport, is included. Also evaluation of behavioral changes among the travelers as well as business models and social impacts.
The project will deliver a comprehensive, scalable solution for mobility for employees and companies, which during the project will be tested and evaluated at Lindholmen Science Park in Gothenburg.
What does LIMA want to achieve?
- An efficient and flexible mobility service for companies at Lindholmen and its employees
- Increased attractiveness for employers at Lindholmen
- An economically sustainable mobility service that can be scaled up after the project
- Positive environmental effects, such as reduced emissions and reduced congestion in traffic
Partners and financing
The project is part of the Swedish Government’s innovation partnership program, “The next generation’s travel and transport,” and is funded in part by Vinnova through Drive Sweden, and the remaining part by the participating parties.
Project period: Aug 2018 - Nov 2020