Department of Built Environment


This VN-TEAS funded research project has focused on emerging mobility service markets in Finland, which face significant uncertainty requiring innovation-friendly policy and governance.
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Envisioning and Steering of Emerging Mobility Service Markets in Finland (LIIKE-PALO)

The project aimed to answer the following four research questions: 

  1. How will the new transport services develop in Finland in the next ten years (e.g., in different scenarios)?
  2. What will be the demand and supply of new mobility services in Finland over the next ten years (taking into account different regions and groups of people)?
  3. What are the implications of the expected developments, especially in terms of access to services, the transport system and the environment?
  4. What kind of public sector policy measures and new roles and responsibilities across inter-administrative networks for new mobility services would most effectively support the goals of an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable transport system?

The project took into consideration both a) traditional transport policy levers (e.g., pricing, taxation) and b) emerging governance frameworks (e.g., data governance, experimentation management). 

Project Activities

Spatial Planning and Transportation Engineering

Urban realities are becoming increasingly dynamic, complex and fragmented while demands for their livability, sustainability, competitiveness, and attractiveness increase. Our research connects spatial planning and transportation engineering for developing new scientific knowledge needed in systemic understanding, problem-solving, and integrative planning and policy-making beyond sectoral boundaries, aimed at achieving human-centered living environments.

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Project Leader

Milos Mladenovic

Milos Mladenovic

Assistant Professor
Spatial Planning and Transportation Engineering
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