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Smart Mobility


Cargonomia is a low-tech logistic center providing solutions for the transport of goods, in particular healthy and locally produced food in Budapest. It also a place to try out, rent and/or buy several types of cargobikes to solve your own transport needs. Cargonomia is a collection hub and distribution point for locally produced and organic food provided by partners. It aids in connecting producers to consumers directly by offering a community space for picking up goods while also making direct deliveries with the ease of cargo bike.


Gohio Commute

Gohio Commute, a program of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), is the premier ride planning, matching, and logging tool available for free to anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, and Medina Counties. This interactive platform gives you the information you need to make smart choices – and save money, improve your health, and improve air quality. You can also connect with nearby commuters to share your ride.

Action Program Smart Mobility - Amsterdam

The goals of  the action of Smart Mobility of Amsterdam is improving the safety, accessibility, quality of life and attractiveness of the city. Goals for the action program specifically:

1. Get insights in (technological) developments and innovations in the field of mobility and its impact on the city.

2. Anticipate on technological innovations and use these to reach the goals.

3. Stimulate and accelerate innovation in the city.

4. Strengthen cooperation with knowledge institutions and market parties.

U-Motor - scooter sharing

The concept of sharing economy and its applications have been spread internationally since long time ago. Combined with the green economy, two emerging forms of economic models create multiplier effect for a city’s development of smart applications. Taipei Smart City Project Management Office successfully matched the domestic innovative company, Wemo, and Taipei City Government to introduce U-Motor rental service.  It helps to reduce the holdings of private vehicles, encourages the use of green vehicles.

Cyclocity - bike sharing

JCDecaux offers local communities an environmentally- friendly service via Cyclocity. The s ervice is easy to use, promotes urban mobility and complements the existing public transport network. The scheme consists of cycle stations that remain open 24/7 or only during the day and are equipped with bicycles and docking points. It allows users to hire a bike with their membership card or bank card. 


Blinkee.city offers a fast and ecological transport through a crowded city. The users can rent an electric moped, bicycle or electric scooter the closest to them.

COUP – eScooter-Sharing

COUP is an eScooter sharing service focusing on individual urban mobility.The scooters are electrically powered, connected, emission free and quiet.They are designed with an extensive sensor system and intelligence starting from display design and replaceable batteries to regenerative braking system and charging stations.


The main goal of the MaaS4EU (Mobility as a Service for Europe) project is to provide quantifiable evidence, frameworks and tools, to remove the barriers and enable a cooperative and interconnected EU single transport market for the mobility as a service (Maas) concept, by addressing challenges at four levels: business, end-users, technology and policy.


MyWay project will investigate, develop and validate an integrated platform, the European Smart Mobility Resource Manager, including cloud-based services and facilities to support  community supplied information collection and processing. The purpose is to holistically address the efficient and seamless integration and use of complementary, capacity-limited mobility services in the overall urban travel chain, including all transport modes (motorised and non-motorised, EVs, public transport, flexible services such as transport on-demand) and mobility sharing schemes (e.g.