Sharing vehicles, in order to reduce climate impact and make better use of centrally located space that is currently used for parking, is a growing trend that urban planners throughout Europe are seeking to develop. In Gothenburg, the EC2B concept has already been successfully established in the newly built Housing Association Brf Viva, as part of the EU-project IRIS Smart Cities. With the MoJo project, the service will be further developed.
The goal is to demonstrate the concept for a year and a half, in close collaboration with service providers, property owners and employers, on the campus area in Johanneberg. In a first phase, 300-500 users will have access to the service, which includes vehicles such as electric bicycles and electric cars (including the existing electric car-pool Move About). The vehicles are gathered around four mobility hubs around the campus, but the service also offers travelling by public transport. The MoJo project also includes preparing for a possible commercial procurement of a joint mobility service in the area after the end of the project period.
If you are employed by one of MoJo’s partner companies, you are offered the opportunity to test the mobility service. Registration will be open at least throughout the winter of 2020/2021.
A webinar was arranged on June 10 for all partners' empoloyees.
See the webinar and presentations (Swedish)
The project MoJo is a collaboration between EC2B, Chalmers University of Technology, Chalmersfastigheter, Akademiska Hus, HSB, Johanneberg Science Park and Smart Resenär i Sverige. It is coordinated by EC2B and goes on between November 2019 and October 2021. The Swedish Energy Agency is contributing with just over SEK 1.6 million.