In advance of Intelligent Transport's MaaS North America Online Summit (29-30 June 2021), our latest whitepaper showcases the latest in mobility developments and trends.
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7 April 2021 | By
The shared mobility market in the EU, Asia, and the UK: legislation, costs, possible future developments, recommendations for growth, key stats.
Sydney’s residents will now be able to pay for Uber trips with the same Opal card they use to pay for the city’s trains, buses, and ferries.
Chief Executive of CoMo UK Richard Dilks explains why mobility hubs should play a key role in the green transport revolution, and explains how crucial they are in getting people out of private cars.
Accessible mobility options for all traveller groups – enhancing the passenger experience for everyone
Join Hacon's webinar on 26 May at 14:00 BST, as they paint a broader picture of creating transportation offerings that are accessible to EVERYONE thanks to assistive tools - and across the entire Passenger Journey.
Seattle has unveiled a comprehensive plan to move towards greener transport in the city, including the introduction of ‘Green and Healthy Streets’ and aiming for 100 per cent of shared mobility trips to be zero emissions.
Lime has introduced several new features to make it even easier to rent one of its vehicles, including a free reservation feature and “App-less Riding”.
Micromobility operator Voi and SaaS leader Trafi exchange thoughts on sustainable mobility, partnerships, happy users and the enormous potential of MaaS.
Residents in Braintree will be able to rent scooters for £55 per month, while Rochdale has selected Lime to operate its vehicles in the Greater Manchester town.
Alexander Vysotsky, Director of Public Policy at Yandex.Taxi, explains why governments should be harnessing the experience and know-how of private tech companies in their bid to implement efficient MaaS solutions across the world.