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MOVE21 is organised around eleven Work Packages

01 Coordination and Innovation Management

The City of Oslo

To carry out management, coordination and reporting activities in the Project in order to:

  1. Implement the project management principles
  2. Ensure the effective implementation of the Project
  3. Implement innovation management principles
  4. Monitor Project progress and ensure quality of deliverables
02 Data Management

Institute of Transport Economics

To ensure the project adheres to:

  1. EU and Horizon 2020 ethical requirements and standards
  2. Ethical monitoring rules
  3. Data management principles
03 Urban Social Layer

HafenCity University Hamburg

To hone the Project’s sensitivity towards the social context of the Project and its content, impacts and the implications of upscaling mobility innovations by:

  1. Performing the Living Labs’ spatial contextualisation based on urban analysis and location-based needs (preferences) in order to assess social and user acceptance of solutions.
  2. Recommending measures to increase social cohesion and inclusiveness and to monitor perceived cohesion together with WP8.
  3. Providing a spatial analysis framework and tools to serve for improved location-based decisions.
04 Governance Innovation

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB

To analyse governance and governance related aspects which affect the ability to deploy proposed solutions:

  1. Assess the conditions for change based on existing governance structures and mechanisms in each Living Lab
  2. Recommend specific governance related measures to increase innovation capacity and the likely success of proposed solutions and efforts
  3. Provide new governance and collaboration models that enable and support new mobility solutions.
05 Technological Solutions and Integration


To ensure that the Project has access to relevant technological solutions and infrastructure for deployment:

  1. Assess the conditions for technological infrastructure connectivity
  2. Provide the Project with a connectivity infrastructure and integrate relevant technologies in the Living Labs
  3. Recommend specifications and standards for proposed solutions, upscaling, replication and transferability
  4. Construct digital twins for Oslo, Gothenburg and Hamburg and perform testing and simulations of new solutions prior to deployment.
06 Living Labs

Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research

To ensure that the Living Labs apply the same methodology and principles when designing activities and proposed solutions. The cities will be in the lead for establishing Living Labs and each will experiment with mobility and logistics innovations through Innovation Co-creation Partnerships, improve innovation capacity, and develop policies to support the take up of innovations in each city:

  1. Establish effective and self-sustaining Innovation Co-creation Partnerships in the cities of Oslo, Gothenburg and Hamburg
  2. Develop supportive policies for the Innovation Co-creation Partnerships
  3. Establish a dedicated knowledge brokerage process to support collaborating parties with relevant knowledge from WP3, WP4 and WP5
  4. Capture best practices and lessons learned on partnership development and supportive policies
  5. Support efforts to maximise uptake, increase upscaling and replication
07 Replication and Take-up


To work with replication cities and potential take-up cities to increase the project impact and create learning arenas for two-way knowledge exchange:

  1. Establish a community of practice with the six MOVE21 cities and potential cascade cities
  2. Support the knowledge exchange, capacity building and replication of measures and policies in the community of practice
  3. Assist decision makers in sustainable mobility choices by developing SUMP guides
  4. Facilitate capacity building opportunities and the take-up of successful measures beyond the MOVE21 community to the cascade urban nodes
  5. Establish an Urban Nodes Competence Centre (UNCC) gathering the tools developed by MOVE21 to make them available to interested stakeholders also after the project’s end
08 Measuring and Impact Assessment

CERTH – The Centre for Research & Technology, Hellas

To evaluate the project, its results and impacts in order to:

  1. Provide a thematic data collection framework and evaluation benchmark in the Integrated City Assessments in collaboration with WPs 3,4,5 and 6
  2. Perform impact evaluations to ensure the efficiency of the final selected innovative solutions
  3. Provide a data collection framework and evaluation benchmark and evaluate replication activities
  4. Perform an evaluation of the project’s impacts in the TEN-T network to assess the overall Project impact in the framework of the TEN-T network and thus to enable maximization of the most effective MOVE21 solutions
09 Exploitation Management

RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB

To ensure that the Project exploits the obtained results in the best possible way by:

  1. Developing and coordinating exploitation strategies for innovations developed within the Project or as a result of the Project
  2. Developing a detailed exploitation plan in which exploitable results (commercial and non-commercial) are identified, and where appropriate exploitation strategies and activities are determined
  3. Developing initial business plans for selected innovations based on market analysis and identification of potential barriers
  4. Developing and maintaining an IPR Directory for the project and its Partners
10 Outreach and Dissemination


  1. Perform high quality and timely communications work to increase the visibility of the Project
  2. Disseminate knowledge, experience and results to potential users and broaden the engagement of relevant stakeholders
  3. Establish synergies with past and ongoing projects, initiatives and platforms/networks, and support commercial and policy exploitation strategies for innovations developed within the Project
  4. Establish the Scan-Med Observatory as testbed to identify and promote new forms of governance cooperation and innovation at TEN-T corridor level and maximise the Project impact
11 Ethics requirements

The City of Oslo

The objective is to ensure compliance with the ‘ethics requirements’ set out in this work package.


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