In this latest episode of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editorial Assistant Halimah Haque sits down with Joost Vantomme, Vice President of the MaaS Alliance, and Roelof Hellemans, Secretary General of the MaaS Alliance, to discuss the future of Mobility-as-a-Service and its potential to revolutionise urban transportation systems.
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As a member of the MaaS Alliance, Bird will help the membership promote and increase the public awareness of Mobility-as-a-Service by sharing its expertise in micro-mobility services.
The suggestions include legislative and financial measures to support the digital and green transformation of the sector during and after the pandemic.
Experts from a range of European, international and North American organisations detail how various cities, regions and countries are progressing with MaaS concepts, featuring presentations from MaaS Alliance, BVG and MOD Alliance.
The announcement comes after the MaaS Alliance announced it now includes 100 members.
There’s no doubting that MaaS is a trending topic within the mobility industry today. Piia Karjalainen, Secretary General of the MaaS Alliance, spoke to Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou about the reality of implementing MaaS in our cities.
The MaaS Alliance has commissioned analysis to clarify the legal framework and roles in the MaaS ecosystem, specifically the roles of private actors and public transport authorities and operators.
What short- and long-term strategies need to be established to ensure optimum market conditions for MaaS within public transport?