Luiss Green Mobility

Electric transport, innovative technology and circular economy in one single project

The Rome-based Luiss Guido Carli university partnered with Acea Innovation for the sustainable mobility project developed for the entire university's ecosystem (Students, Lecturers, Staff, Guests).  

Deploying its BOMTS proprietary ICT platform, Acea Innovation developed a white label system to provide sustainable mobility services, integrating it with LUISS's own App. In addition to accessing university services, students can book electric vehicles through the smartphone App, hire electric transport - car-sharing and bike-sharing - and charge their own vehicle (only authorized users).  

In 2019, the electric car sharing service with a fleet of 8 fully electric vehicles recorded: 

  • 4,200 journeys
  • 3,950 kg of CO2 saved

In the last quarter of 2019 (as the shuttle bus service was launched) the App was downloaded nearly 5,000 times and the 5 electric and CNG shuttle buses of the Luiss Green Mobility project recorded:

  • 12,746 journeys
  • 25,410 km
  • 121.097 users
  • saving 8,525 kg of CO2 emissions

Luiss Green Mobility – shuttle service figures

+ 37,893
km covered
12,713 kg
of CO 2 saved

Updated at December 2020

A complete sustainable mobility solution, encompassing not only the ICT infrastructure, but also installing electric car charger points powered by 100% green energy from renewable sources, providing and managing electric transport, supplying help desk services and a control room to monitor the service 24/7. 

Electric shuttle bus service

  • Dedicated ICT domain
  • Service access via Luiss App
  • Shuttle and seat booking with QR code issue for on-board validation
  • Real time monitoring of actual arrival times and vehicle routes
  • 100% energy from renewable sources

Point-to-point car sharing service (Luiss premises)

  • Dedicated ICT domain
  • Service access via Luiss App
  • Real time vehicle and electric charging stations bookings
  • Helpdesk services
  • 100% energy from renewable sources