Innovations in urban & shared mobility: A showcase of Transport Innovation Summit 2022

Ahead of Intelligent Transport’s Transport Innovation Summit 2022, taking place from 9-10 November at Twickenham Stadium in London, UK, this eBook showcases a selection of the innovations, developments and challenges that will be discussed by industry experts from across the globe during the two-day flagship event.

Innovations in urban & shared mobility: A showcase of Transport Innovation Summit 2022

From 9-10 November 2022, the team at Intelligent Transport will be proudly welcoming industry experts and thought leaders from across the globe to Twickenham Stadium in London, UK, for our annual flagship event, Transport Innovation Summit 2022 – marking our return to in-person events for the first time since 2019!

Ahead of the event, we have compiled this exclusive eBook, featuring seven articles that each focus on some of the most significant innovations and challenges that are currently facing the public transport industry, which are set to be discussed during our two-day flagship event: Mobility-as-a-Service; ticketing & payments; passenger experience; micro-mobility; Demand-Responsive Transport; alternative power; and shared mobility.




Included in this eBook:

  • Developing the UK’s first multi-city MaaS platform
    Solent Transport’s Steve Longman and Chris Hillcoat discuss the work that has been undertaken to develop the UK’s first multi-city Mobility-as-a-Service platform in the Solent region – which includes Portsmouth, Southampton, South Hampshire and the Isle of Wight – and highlight the range of benefits that MaaS can bring to customers, transport operators and authorities.
  • Flexibility in paying for travel
    Andrew Anderson, Transport for London’s Head of Transformation Portfolio: Payments, considers how far the Oyster card has come in its 19 years of operation and discusses why the future of flexible and convenient ticketing will be driven by contactless Pay As You Go payments.
  • Innovating to serve
    Kammy Horne, Senior Vice President of Development and Planning for VIA Metropolitan Transit, explains how the transit operator is offering more mobility options to the residents who need them the most.
  • Closing the micro-mobility gender gap
    Shari Shapiro, Head of Market Development at Lime, discusses the gender disparity in micro-mobility usage and explains how Lime is working to make women feel safer when travelling in cities and when using its e-bikes and e-scooters.
  • Improving transport access in Hertfordshire through the launch of the HertsLynx DRT service
    Alice Bowler, Demand Responsive/Community Transport Team Leader at Hertfordshire County Council, tells Intelligent Transport more about the HertsLynx Demand-Responsive Transport service and how it is supporting the Council’s efforts to improve transport accessibility for socially disadvantaged residents and those located in rural areas across the county.
  • Alternative fuel for all
    Bruno Lapeyrie, Director of Energy Transition – Bus at Keolis Group, discusses the range of alternative power solutions that the operator has implemented on 5,000 of its buses – representing almost a quarter of its total 23,000-strong bus fleet – and highlights the importance of making this shift away from diesel-powered vehicles.
  • Shared mobility: Shaping the future of cities
    Lucía Chávarri, Vice President of New Business at Cabify, addresses the need to re-think current mobility models as cities battle congestion, carbon emissions and inefficient travel, and explains how shared mobility can act as an enabler for such change.

Interested in attending our event? Find out more about Transport Innovation Summit here:

A message from our Editor: Part 1

A message from our Editor: Part 2

Transport Innovation Summit videos



*Free passes are limited to public transport/transit operators, authorities, agencies or associations, or to cities, councils or governments. Free registrations will only be accepted with a company email address.



**This pass is applicable for all those who DO NOT fit the free pass criteria.

Early bird ticket discount available until 30 September 2022!



** This pass is applicable for all those who DO NOT fit the free pass criteria

Early bird ticket discount available until 30 September 2022!