Towards the Development of a Roadmap of Mobility Living Labs


Thursday, 9th September, 11:30-13:10 CEST

Best practices, methodologies, common strategy and the roadmap of Living Labs will be presented and topics of replicability, transferability, scalability and complementarity will be discussed with the participants during the session.

The session will be focused on the results of the mapping of Living Labs that was executed within the Working Group on Mobility of the European Network of Living Labs which is leaded by Hellenic Institute of Transport-HIT. 

The mapping was mostly composed of universities and living labs, operating in open environments but also with simulation skills and including private, public institutions as well as research and academic organizations in their eco-systems. The main activities were related to technological implementations and social experiments related to policy support and the provisions of mobility services and receiving funds from public and private sources. Two large clusters are identified; the first one consists of LLs with more long term and focused projects/activities at national levels while the second one includes LLs with shorter multi-domain/topic projects/activities at local and regional level. The identity of the first cluster was the one of a university or research center focusing in policy design and monitoring with a strong scientific background, while the identity of the second one was the one of a living lab ecosystem focusing in citizens’ science and services for society with more technological and social capabilities.


Josep Maria Salanova Grau

Senior Researcher of the Hellenic Institute of Transport of the Center for Research and Technology Hellas

Maria Alonso Raposo

JRC Future Mobility Solutions