Multimodality is essential for sustainable mobility, but it comes with its own challenges. Compared to personal car use, multiple modes are required for door-to-door travel, which can be inconvenient for travelers and mobility providers. The path to sustainable multimodality is to eliminate friction and barriers for both parties, making it easier and more attractive to choose sustainable modes of transportation.

The main challenge for travelers is interacting with multiple entities :

  • Mobility service providers (MSPs),
  • Public transport authorities,
  • Ticketing systems and user interfaces.

This means that travelers have to check in multiple times and manage their data privacy in complex and obscure ways through different interfaces.


In addition, travelers have to manage and seek information from different sources :

  • Availability,
  • Reservations,
  • Prices…


For mobility service providers, the challenges are critical , especially in services where the traveler is the driver which include :

  • Data governance,
  • data sharing of personal information,
  • cybersecurity management,
  • trust in the data sharing system and the “partners” with whom the data is exchanged,
  • Identity management and verification.


The E-CORRIDOR approach and the Car Sharing (S2C) pilot solution :

The S2C pilot is the evaluation of the capabilities of the E-CORRIDOR framework and the E-CORRIDOR analysis toolkit and the periphery deployment functionalities in the context of multimodal mobility in urban and peri-urban areas.

The pilot introduce a shared secured digital wallet, The wallet will be adapted specifically to the purpose of mobility and will be a one stop digital identity manager for end users of transport services, it will allow them to use any transport service, without having to create a separate, unique digital profile for each service. Each mobility provider will keep the added value of the data of the user profile and usage. In addition, exploiting the car as sensor paradigm, the car will generate a lot of relevant data that can be aggregated and shared with other services (as temperature, pollution, traffic, etc).


The current implementation shows a fully functional main scenario, from check-in to reservation to trip planning, with the use of different analysis services from the E-CORRIDOR analysis toolkit. In addition, the current implementation integrates intrusion detection analysis, and behavioral conduct identification into the driver that fulfills all scenarios and use cases.

Expected Outcomes

The pilot implemented in E-CORRIDOR project will demonstrate seamless secure access management for all citizens to all types of vehicles in the pan-European Multimodal Transport domain – through the Digital Wallet (eWallet) Sharing.


This wallet will be adapted specifically for the purpose of mobility and will therefore contain necessary and validated information such as the driver’s licence, a proof that the driving licence has been validated by a mobility provider, proof of address, mobility profile etc. as required by various transport providers and national regulations. As an example, the following scheme explains the vision of the pilot from the point of an end user – to move from point A to B, (s)he can simply choose which mode of transport to use in the journey and can automatically log in to any mobility app without making multiple accounts. Here, we take an example of Clem’s car sharing service, but this can be any transport service provider on the platform.