The Jerusalem Living Lab focuses on the integration of New and Shared Mobility (NSM) services with public transport, shared fleet sizing and on-demand fleet management in the historic city known for its cultural significance and tourism.
The Lab will explore different modes of operation, assess their impacts and advise policy makers. It will demonstrate shared fleet forecasting, on-demand fleet management and coordination of shared modes with public transport. Data sources will include smart card validations, surveys and real-time monitoring of public transport.
Jerusalem’s Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) targets a modal split of 36% walking and 5% cycling, with a focus on affordability, accessibility, air quality, noise reduction and road safety.