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Sustainable mobility services

(2017-2018) The project (also named Scania GO) aims to create and deploy mobility services, show scaling effects and develop business models. Show that mobility services can reduce the use of private cars.

The objective and purpose of the project

This project is intended to develop, demonstrate and evaluate a multimodal mobility service for passengers to, from and within Scania in Södertälje. The mobility service will be cloud-based and multi-modal including: internal taxis, mini buses, Scania Job Express, SL buses on routes crossing the area as well as electric bicycles.

The purpose of the project is to develop, demonstrate and evaluate a cloud-based multimodal mobility service for passenger transport. The service will be demonstrated at Scania campus in Södertälje, and offered to the approximately 12,000 employees during the project. The transport modes to be connected and included in the service are internal taxi, shuttle buses, Scania Job Express, and electric bicycles.

The project also aims to study business models for participating parties in multimodal transport services / mobility solutions from a operational, logistical and financial perspective. How future systems change through the introduction of cloud service across various transport suppliers and how this affects different stakeholders is another aspect of the project scope.

'The goal with this service is to provide a cost-effective alternative to the private car and to improve the traffic situation in Sodertalje whilst creating more sustainable mobility behavior among users. The transition to mobility as a service can contribute to the balance and synchronization of several means of transport leading to large synergy benefits and efficiency savings. The negative effects of private car use are reduced when the percentage of shared transport services increases.


Project Period:
2017-06-01 - 2019-05-31

Project partners:
Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, Verdict AB, Scania CV Aktiebolag 

Marie Ljungberg