Mo-Bo – Architecture for sustainable mobility

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Mo-Bo is a concept for housing where mobility services enable transports for inhabitants that are socially, economically and environmentally sustainable. The sharing economy and mobility services are paving the way for innovative architecture where more people and goods can be transported by fewer vehicles, which enables smarter use of resources and space.

Project leader: Anna Sundman, Theory Into Practice
Project partnersTheory Into Practice (TIP), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Green Leap, Laterre Invest AB, Upplands Väsby Municipality, SLU – Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Urban and Rural Development, Trivector, Urbio, Uppsala Municipality
Total project budget10 294 238 SEK
Applied for funding4 999 334 SEK
Project duration: 2018-06-01 – 2020-06-01
Type of project
Innovation project
Keywords:
Mo-Bo Architecture, Urban Planning, Housing, Mobility Services, Sharing Economics, Sustainable Transports

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Mo-Bo.se

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