Between 15 May 2023 and 17 July 2023, the MOVE21 social media campaign unfolded, highlighting the progress of the Living Labs over the past 18 months. This campaign has helped to disseminate information, promote and showcase concrete project results and progress, focusing on the initial solutions and actions implemented in the Living Labs. 

In this brief overview, we consider the above-mentioned developments in various Living Labs and emphasise their contribution to sustainable urban mobility. 

  1. City of Oslo

The City of Oslo has been working with Urban Sharing on a Mobility as a Service (MaaS) initiative. This project aims to seamlessly integrate public and private mobility providers to provide a smoother journey for commuters. 

In addition, the City of Oslo is testing a new way to efficiently transport goods and reduce traffic by combining the transport of people and goods in its Mobility on Demand (MoD) service for seniors. The service, which transports senior citizens to key destinations such as shopping centres, will now also offer home delivery of goods purchased in the shopping centre.  

  1. Gothenburg

In Gothenburg, the Klippan/Jaegerdorff area is being used as a test area for the MOVE21 project to promote multimodal transport and reduce car use.

Simultaneously, the Swedish city is testing sustainable mobility solutions in the Klippan test area, located between the city centre and the suburbs. 

Gothenburg is also developing a micro-mobility hotel consisting of three solutions to reduce motorised traffic and promote sustainable urban mobility in the Nordstan area. 

Finally, at the Lindholmen micro-terminal, a concept for B2B parcel boxes is being developed and evaluated to reduce motorised traffic, emissions and congestion, while providing a high level of service to customers and freight operators. 


The City of Hamburg has transformed a vacant building in Hamburg-Altona into a multifunctional neighbourhood hub for both commercial and public use. The hub aims to reduce emissions and traffic by providing integrated solutions for the movement of people and goods. 

More on the logistic side, the use of electric cargo bikes for emission-free deliveries and parcel collections is being considered. In addition, the social sector is also taken into account, with a ‘social service and advice kiosk’ planned, where residents can receive private advice and support. 



These are just a few snapshots of the progress of the MOVE21 project. You can find more information here or on the LinkedIn page.                                                                                                                                                                     



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