Dundee City Council is to hand out £750,000 to projects aimed at improving transport in the city.
Ideas proposed include a self-service bike hire scheme and improving access to electric cars in Dundee.
Seven organisations – Co-Wheels, E-Car Club, Enterprise, Atkins, Ride On, Urbo and Just Park – have all put forward plans that councillors will vote on.
The money is available through the city’s Mobility Innovation Living Laboratory (Mill).
Mill backs new products, services and business models that aim to reduce cost, congestion and carbon emissions that can be trialled in Dundee.
SNP councillor Lynne Short, city development committee convener, said: “Funding testing of projects in the real-world will demonstrate how these ideas could be refined or developed to offer us innovative and creative solutions for the future.
“This keeps Dundee in the leading pack of world cities seeking to address key issues like congestion.”