In recent years, we have seen more and more changes in the field of mobility, such as new forms of shared mobility, electric driving, Mobility as a Service (MaaS), and self-driving shuttles. Expectations for these innovations are often high and the desired time frame very optimistic. However, there are still many questions surrounding these new forms of mobility that need to be answered to increase the chances of a successful implementation.

As the Mobility Innovation Centre Delft (MICD), we respond to the problems that arise when innovating in mobility by reducing the obstacles. We do this by offering an environment and facilities where companies, governments and scientists can jointly develop, test and evaluate innovations in the mobility domain and explore possibilities for upscaling. This offers the opportunity to use pilots to get a good and complete picture of the impact innovations can have on the traffic and transport system, urban planning, safety, accessibility, sustainability and inclusiveness.