The City of Espoo is the main partner in the Six-City Strategy project Low-Carbon Transport in Mobility Hubs where the participating organisations develop their transport systems to become more carbon efficient in cooperation with local business communities by means of research, development, and experimentation. Mobility hubs, which are characterized by large numbers of regular people flows and strong public transit, act as the platform for the development studies. The main objective of the project is to increase commercial business opportunities in the following thematic areas: new mobility services and trip-connection development, parking system improvement, automatic people-movers, and autonomous buses, as well as electric bicycle-and-pedestrian mobility. In the project, private companies will be able to test and find new business models for low-carbon mobility, which can be later productised and scaled into the national intelligent transport system. The project acts as a pilot programme in which knowledge is disclosed to the public to serve the corporate community beyond the project partners. This will increase the productivity of the private and public sector locally and nationwide. The project will provide valuable information on services and business opportunities that reduce car dependency.