Together with partners from Malmö and Copenhagen, Trivector is performing a feasibility study on the concept EC2B. EC2B offers Mobility as a Service (MaaS): it bundles different transport services for end-users into a single package, making it easy for them to choose between a variety of alternatives, depending on what is most suited to the needs for their journey. This can include public transport, bike hire, car sharing, etc. Information, booking and payment is done easily and efficiently through a smartphone. EC2B also has a social platform which supports users in choosing more sustainable travel alternatives.
The feasibility study is being financed by Climate KIC
The feasibility study is being financed by Climate KIC, Europe’s largest network for climate innovations, with members from both the private and public sectors. The project is led by Trivector Traffic, based in Sweden. The Cities of Malmö and Copenhagen are partners as well as Movia (public transport company, Denmark).
- We are very happy about the possibility to perform this feasibility study with the support of Climate KIC and the involvement of both Malmö and Copenhagen, says Christer Ljungberg, CEO of Trivector. We have seen a great deal of interest for EC2B, and this study allows us to take the concept a step nearer to implementation.
For more information, contact Björn Wendle, project manager, 010-456 56 09.