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DriveSweden Verklighetslabb support

Innovations and new lifestyles put pressure on existing laws, regulations and customary working methods of authorities and other public actors. Agile, iterative methods can create common policy development processes that keep pace with technology and market development.

Innovations in the transport sector can challenge current regulations and legislation because relevant policies simply do not exist, place obstacles to deployment or remain unclear. In order to catch up on technological developments and actually benefit from its diffusion in a sustainable way, these obstacles and ambiguities must be overcome faster than conventional decision making allows. Policy labs can be seen as a way to speed up decision making and increase its quality and acceptance.

Aim of the project was to analyse the difficulties that can arise when private individuals want to share a car with each other, so-called peer-to-peer car sharing. Further, we identified how regulations and taxation can facilitate sustainable travel in the service.

By using a policy lab approach, we involved several different actors from the business community to the authorities, in particular the Swedish Transport Agency and the Swedish Tax Agency.

Position Papers - P2P Bildelning / Förmånsmobilitet (in Swedish only)

PositionPaper_Juni2018.pdf (pdf, 128.83 KB)


Project name

DriveSweden Verklighetslabb support



RISE role in project


Project start


20 månader


SIP DriveSweden

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Project members

Supports the UN sustainability goals

12. Responsible consumption and production
Maria Schnurr

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Maria Schnurr


+46 10 228 40 60

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