Innovations in urban mobility: A showcase of Transport Innovation Summit 2023

As Intelligent Transport’s Transport Innovation Summit 2023 moves ever closer (20 – 21 September), this eBook showcases some of the innovations and developments that are being discussed during the two-day flagship event.

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With Intelligent Transport’s Transport Innovation Summit 2023 taking place in just a few short months (20 – 21 September), this eBook showcases some of the innovations and developments that are being discussed during the two-day flagship event.

Each article is aligned with one of our key themes: ticketing and payments; Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS); sustainable mobility and air quality; connected and autonomous transport; and on-demand and new mobility.

Included in this eBook:

  • Maintaining transit equity amidst the transition to digital ticketing
    Katherine Conrad, Director at NEORide and Intelligent Transport Advisory Board member, sat down to discuss the significant role that smart ticketing plays in encouraging public transit use across the State of Ohio and beyond, as well as the work that is being done to ensure that those who are not digitally connected are still being considered and serviced as ticketing becomes more digital.
  • MaaS: Bringing systematic change to mobility
    Founder and CEO of MaaS Global Ltd, Sampo Hietanen, discusses what Mobility‑as‑a‑Service could mean for the future of mobility, and examines what is needed to build the basis of a successful and sustainable mobility ecosystem.
  • Electrifying Oslo: How the Norwegian capital city continues to remain a pioneer in electric vehicle adoption and usage
    Here, the City of Oslo’s Manager – Electro Mobility, Sture Portvik, and Mobility Advisor, Sara Teige Kalsås, sat down to discuss the key policies and initiatives that the Norwegian capital has implemented to advance the transition to greener mobility and what makes it unique to cities across the globe, as well as why electrification plays such a key role in improving the city’s air quality and achieving its climate action targets.
  • Enhancing public transport using autonomous vehicle technology
    William Levassor, COO – Autonomous Mobility at Transdev, discusses the significance of autonomous vehicles in the wider transit network, as well as how they can be used to make public transportation more attractive, efficient and accessible.
  • IndyGo among local changemakers that are increasing shared mobility options for Indianapolis’ Far Eastside
    The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation’s Ashlynn Neumeyer shares exclusive insight into the agency’s ‘Driven 2 Success: The Far Eastside Get Around’ on-demand, shared mobility service, and details how the programme is helping to make transit across Indianapolis-Marion County more equitable and accessible.

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If you found this article informative and engaging, then we have an exclusive invitation for you.

Join us at our upcoming event, Transport Innovation Summit, where we will delve deeper into the topics discussed here. Our summit is the ultimate platform for stimulating conversations and networking opportunities. Experience first-hand the excitement of being part of a dynamic community dedicated to shaping the future of public transport.

Save the date on your calendar and get ready to be inspired, as we unlock the secrets to driving the next stage of evolution in transportation. We look forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable event that will provide you with valuable insights and a renewed enthusiasm for the subjects that matter most to you.

Transport Innovation Summit

20-21 September 2023

Topics covered include: ticketing and payments, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), Demand-Responsive Transport (DRT) and data.

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