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MMiB Modern Mobility in Barkarby

ITRL is investigating the impact of a fleet of self-driving buses integrated in public transport system in Barkarby.

It is the first time in Europe that self-driving buses are integrated in public transport. The self-driving buses are combined with high speed buses (Buss Rapid Transfer) between Barkarby station, Barkarby city and Akalla.The project aims at implementing an integrated and sustainable mobility solution in Barkaby city from economical, social and environmental perspectives. It provides an integrated autonomous and non-autonomous bus service in Barkarby, as an alternative to provide a better public transport service in a fast growing city.

Aim of the research

  • To understand the old and new residence and workers’ expectation, acceptance and usage towards the system.
  • To evaluate the impacts of the service as the whole, including MaaS integration, towards the movement patterns of the current (and new) residents and workers in the regions
  • To evaluate the system effects of autonomous minibuses
  • How flexibility in terms of time, routes and stops can affect user acceptance and minimize Vehicle Kilometers of Travel.
  • How can autonomous minibuses solve the last-mile journey and increase the quality of life.
  • Evaluation of municipal efforts to increase sustainable travel

Documents & Publications

Influence of Individual Perceptions on the Decision to Adopt Automated Bus Services

Which factors affect willingness-to-pay for automated vehicle services?

Project partner

Project Funding

The project is funded by Vinnova. 

ABE Södertörn
Automated Vehicle Traffic Control Tower: Phase 1
Automated Vehicle Traffic Control Tower: Phase 2
Digigoods
Elbilslandet 2.0
Electrification of the Handling of Building Material in the City
Electric Road Systems Engineering Toolbox (ERSET)
Future Scenarios for the Digitalised Road Freight Transport Landscape
Future Scenarios for the Development of Self-driving Vehicles in Sweden
Inductive bus-stop charging Södertälje
InterLink
KOMPIS - Combined Mobility as a Service in Sweden
KTH Mobility Pool
Mistra SAMS Living Lab 2
MMiB Modern Mobility in Barkarby
MOBY - Living lab e-micromobility
PREDICT - Predictive Consolidated Transportation
Research Concept Vehicle model E
RENO - Route Based ERS Network Optimization
RingRoad Logistics
SARA1
Self-driving vehicles and public transport – opportunities and barriers
SIMnVIS
Smart Mobility Needs Smart Governance
Sustainable Mobility Services Södertälje
System Level Impacts of AED for Long-term Transport Planning
Test Site Stockholm
VMaRS - Values of MaaS Based on Representative Scenarios
ZEUS - Zero Emission off peak Urban distributionS