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The North Sea Region project “SHARE-North: Shared Mobility Solutions for a Liveable and Low-Carbon North Sea Region" includes activities for developing, implementing, promoting and assessing car sharing, bike sharing, ride sharing and other forms of shared mobility in urban and rural areas and employment clusters. Living labs will integrate modern technology with activities to support changes in mobility behaviour. The challenges of making transport in the North Sea Region more sustainable cannot be met by technical solutions alone – behavioural changes are also required. Shared mobility modes and their potential to address these challenges are the focus of the SHARE-North project.
To learn more about the project, follow its progress, learn about the latest news, read blog entries and register for up-coming project events, visit the project website!
SHARE-North is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020.
Latest Project News
In commemoration of the one year anniversary of the successful launch of the mobipunt concept in Flanders and the Netherlands, a new website has been …Read more
Did you miss the SHARE-North Webinar on "Public Space – What is it worth and how can car-sharing help cities reclaim it"? Catch up here!Friday, August 31, 2018
Did you miss today's webinar? Would you like to follow-up on what you learned or (re-)watch the recording of the webinar? Download the webinar documen…Read more
The wait is over! In 2017, the independent research institute Team Red Deutschland GmbH carried out an analysis of the “Impact of Car-Sharing in Breme…Read more
Results of Impact Analysis of Car-Sharing Services and User Behaviour Delivers Interesting Results in BremenFriday, May 25, 2018
The long awaited final report of an independent study on the impact of car-sharing in the City of Bremen was published on Monday, May 7th. The study s…Read more
On May 8th, the Norwegian City of Bergen celebrated the grand opening of its first mobil.punkt – a car-sharing station on public street space linked t…Read more