Development and implementation of a completely new urban mobility system based on new autonomous vehicle technology
NAME OF THE PROJECT:
Development and implementation of a completely new urban mobility system based on new autonomous vehicle technology – Project 3 Mobility
The project includes research, development and production of autonomous vehicles and supporting infrastructure for urban mobility.
The project spans Technology Readiness Levels ('TRL') 2-4 and 5-8 covering the entire concept and production cycle of an autonomous electric vehicle, from "formulated technological concept" to "system completed and qualified".
The main goal of the project is to develop and implement a completely new urban mobility ecosystem, closely integrated with public city transport.
The project will create a new mobility service in the wider area of Zagreb based on the concept of "Mobility as a Service" (MaaS). The focus is no longer on owning a car but on mobility.
The implementation of the project in the City of Zagreb will significantly increase traffic safety, while increasing the efficiency of all participants and reducing traffic jams.
Also, the goal is to achieve a significant positive impact on the environment through the reduction of total emissions of harmful gases caused by motor vehicle traffic, as well as research and innovation processes, technology transfer and cooperation between companies focused on a low-carbon economy, resilience and adaptation to climate change.
TOTAL VALUE OF THE PROJECT AND AMOUNT CO-FUNDED BY THE EU:
Total value of the project is: 535.417.882,89 EUR, and the amount co-funded by the EU is: 179.499.215,06 EUR.
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD:
May 1st 2023 – March 31st 2026
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Project 3 Mobility d.o.o.
The project is co-funded by the European Union from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan - Next Generation EU.
For more information about the European Structural and Investment Funds visit:
National Recovery and Resilience Plan 2021- 2026.
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