GEMINI will liaise with the CIVITAS initiative and Mission Cities umbrella to deliver a comprehensive policy package to guide and incentivize future mobility solutions.
In its 42 months duration, GEMINI will develop and test sustainable business models for New Mobility Services (NMS), including shared connected automated vehicles and shared mobility public transport and public-private partnerships, to increase shared mobility (MaaS and MaaC) solutions for enterprises, families and tourists. 8 New Mobility Service will be co-designed, deployed and tested by Mobility Living Labs (MLLs) in 8 mission cities (Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Ljubljana, Munich, Paris, Porto and Turin), engaging local communities in the co-creation, development and adoption of promising innovative mobility solutions with significant impact, accounting for user acceptance, sustainability and financial viability.
According to the Project Officer, Mrs. Marjolein Salens from the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) and Policy Officer Rafal Stanecki from the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) of the European Commission, the GEMINI project is expected to test and validate shared mobility services in mobility management address key urban challenges such as climate change, air quality, road safety, social inclusion and accessibility. The Project Coordinator Prof. Dr. Oliver Lah, Managing Director at the Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI), emphasized that the GEMINI Living Lab aim to deliver new and shared mobility services that are both scalable within the Living Lab cities and replicable across Europe and beyond.