Will we still own cars in the future? Will we still hail taxis on the high street? How will my children travel to school? If you’ve got a burning question around the future of mobility we want to know!
The Smart Mobility Living Lab (SMLL) exists to help develop more intelligent, safe and joined up transport systems. It seeks to put London at the centre of a commercially viable future of mobility.
The SMLL is a co-innovation project led by TRL and a consortium of partners from across the public and private sectors, including: Cisco, Transport for London, DG Cities, Cubic, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and Loughborough University
We’re creating a London-based testbed for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) and the surrounding infrastructure, technology and business models that will make the future of transport possible.
Our testbeds provide a uniquely complex urban setting in which to conduct new trial. The testbed is located across two London locations: The Royal Borough of Greenwich, and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The Royal Borough of Greenwich
Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site and dripping with transport and freight history – you’ll find the Cutty Sark there – Greenwich is a fitting location for our exploration of the future of mobility.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Representing the future of the UK capital, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be where the biggest questions about the future of mobility are posed, explored, and answered.