SMARTA 2 is said to support the set-up of cost-efficient and environmentally friendly first- or last-mile mobility solutions, often in collaboration with public and private organisations, in rural areas.
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The Atlas covers 626 cities in 53 countries and aims to provide users with knowledge that will empower them to advocate for sustainable, equitable mobility options that are accessible to everyone.
The application, provided by Matkahuolto, will initially include nationwide bus services and parts of local public transportation, with plans to further implement different modes of transport in the future.
Toyota-developed mobility service application 'my route' was designed to support mobility services with its route search, combining various modes of transport, including public transport, automobiles, bicycles and walking.
The Madrid public transport operator, EMT, is developing the MaaS platform ‘MaaS Madrid’ which will offer mobility services to citizens in one unified application. Here, Enrique Diego Bernardo, Chief Technology Officer of EMT, explains how, for the first time, a city, administrative or public entity is leading such an initiative.
BP Ventures has invested €10 million in MaaS Global's Whim app which allows customers to access and connect all available transport on a single platform.
In a joint project between public transport operators, the National Entitlement Card Programme Office, Young Scot and Transport Scotland, all 16 types of public transport smartcards can now be used between transport modes.
The EBRD has passed a new Transport Sector Strategy which aims to boost transport as a catalyst for economic and inclusive growth.
Whim is the first Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solution that integrates services in this way in the Austrian capital.
The service aims to make travel easier for commuters by providing the information they need to make the smartest possible journey choices.
In a webinar previewing this year’s Intelligent Transport Conference, we brought together four industry experts to discuss the potential for MaaS implementation and, in turn, its potential to make our cities smarter. Here, Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet picks the key findings from the discussion.
Intelligent Transport's trends survey showcases what's most important to the urban mobility sector at a time of significant change led by technology.
In cities where they are available, the Lyft app will display options for car sharing, bike sharing, scooter sharing, car rental and public transit services.