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, Sweden's innovation agency, through Drive Sweden. The project will develop and test a smart, shared mobility service at a selected pilot group of people who work at Lindholmen.
Offering you a variety of travel services in one single app allows you to travel in a way that is both flexible and time efficient. Not least, we want to show you that it is easy to find the right travel service for any given occasion. And by a simple tap you can single out your work trips and send the receipt directly to your employer’s finance department. Together, we are making Lindholmen more accessible.
LIMA will involve companies and through them users in a large-scale pilot that includes combined mobility and new concepts for car sharing, as well as an overall system optimization. In addition, conceptual development of a Mobility Hub, as a physical venue for local transport, is included.
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.
Lindholmen Science Park, IUS Innovation, Ubigo, RISE, Smart Resenär, Ericsson, Veridict, Carmenta, Viscando, Snapp Car, Move About, Holmgrens Bil, Göteborgs Stads Parkering AB, Västtrafik, Älvstranden Utveckling, OkQ8, Karlastaden, Atrium Ljungberg, Chalmers.
Sofia Löfstrand, Lindholmen Science Park