GEMINI will develop and test sustainable business models for new mobility services (NMS), with the goal of increasing shared mobility solutions in cities. 


About the project

The GEMINI project will develop and test sustainable business models for New Mobility Services (NMS). This includes shared and connected automated vehicles, public transport, as well as boosting public-private partnerships. Ultimately, the project aims to increase shared mobility (MaaS and MaaC) solutions for enterprises, families and tourists.

Eight New Mobility Services will be co-designed, deployed and tested in Mobility Living Labs (MLLs) in 8 cities (Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Ljubljana, Munich, Paris, Porto and Turin). This Living Labs will seek to engage 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.

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June 2023 - December 2026

Project duration

43 partners

Project partners

€ 12 million

Project funding


Thematic areas

Collective passenger transport & shared mobility
  • Service improvements

Smart, Sustainable, Connected and Shared mobility
  • Connected and automated transport
  • Real-time road-user information
  • ITS-based enhancement of public transport
  • ITS for traffic

Behavioural change & mobility management
  • Mobility Planning

Urban logistics
  • Urban freight transport plans

Public participation & co-creation


Oliver Lah

oliver.lah [at]

Paolo Paganelli
Dissemination Manager

paolo.paganelli [at]

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