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Dundee City Council has launched a call of almost £1m ($1.3m) on behalf of the city’s Mobility Innovation Living Laboratory, which is looking for new products, services and business models that can be trialled using the city as a test-bed. The request is part of a joint venture to create and bring together smart mobility knowledge with a deadline for submissions on the 2 March 2018.
Proposals are sought into five lots which include advanced mobility services for the public; advanced fleet services; advanced parking services; advanced use of urban data and; zero cost bike hire scheme.
The first wave of projects will help meet priorities on reduced cost, congestion and carbon emissions as well as improving air quality.
More information is available on the Public Contracts Scotland website.