Transportation and mobility software developer, Populus, has announced a partnership with the city of Stockholm to introduce its Mobility Management platform in the Swedish capital.

The platform will be used to provide management services for the city’s growing shared mobility programme, which aims to optimise transportation networks by reducing traffic congestion, improving air quality and providing quality of life improvements for residents and visitors.

Stockholm will leverage Populus Mobility Manager
Stockholm will leverage Populus’ Mobility Manager

Real-time information will allow Stockholm to validate operator data, monitor vehicle movements, create, communicate and track policy compliance and analyse where electric bikes are most commonly used.

Shared bike in Stockholm
Shared mobility services in Stockholm, Sweden
Regina Clewlow, CEO and Co-Founder of Populus, said:

We are honoured to work with Stockholm to make urban mobility more efficient, sustainable, and safe.

Our team is committed to helping cities and shared mobility operators partner together to deliver solutions for the future of transportation and we are proud to continue our impact, empowering European cities to harness the potential of data and technology for the benefit of their community members.

The partnership sees Stockholm City Transport Authority join 100 other cities around the world already using Populus’ Mobility Manager.


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