- MOVE21 is an innovation project funded by the European Commission. It aims at transforming European cities and their surroundings into smart zero emissions nodes for mobility and logistics. The project helps participating cities achieve a 30% reduction of transport-related emissions by 2030 via the implementation of 15 transport-related innovations. The project coordinator is the City of Oslo – innovator city in C40 and European Green Capital in 2019. The cities involved are Oslo, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Munich, Rome and Bologna. MOVE21 transport-related innovations are focused on two main points directly connected to the Project’s Specific Objectives:
Demonstrators that substantiate:
- Zero emission and climate resilient solutions: different types of mobility hubs, integrated transport services, and new governance models and methods.
- Combined technological and non-technological innovations: potential barriers and impact, reference architecture for goods and passengers transportation, new business and collaboration models, and policy integration.
- Increased livability in cities related to social cohesion.
Actions and frameworks that secure long term impact and maximise uptake:
- A new self-sustaining Living Lab model and the Scan-Med Observatory for coordination, collaboration and data sharing.
- Maximising uptake of results and securing impact.