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Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) – Issue 2 2020

Posted: 27 May 2020 | | No comments yet

Intelligent Transport’s latest In-Depth Focus on Mobility-as-a-Service examines some of the various elements of the concept, from ticketing and new mobility services to the importance of private-public partnerships and looking beyond urban and into the potential of cross border systems.

MaaS IDF

Our NEW digital In-Depth Focus has been refreshed and updated to enhance the reader experience. The digital version has page-turning software allowing you to “flick” through the pages, and includes many other interactive features to enhance your reading experience:

  • View Page:
    Can be viewed as a single page or double page
  • Next & Back:
    Jumps through pages using forward and back buttons to navigate pages
  • Start & End:
    Progress through the magazine by skipping to the front or back pages
  • Information:
    Enables you to see key navigational features
  • Printing:
    Readers can choose to print certain pages and articles straight from our magazine 
  • Bookmarking:
    Allowing readers to create bookmarks within the magazine
  • Share Pages:
    Readers can share via social channels easily
  • Search:
    Allowing readers to search for content within the digital magazine
  • Zoom: 
    Altering size of the page for viewing and efficient online reading. 

Included in this In-Depth Focus:

  • Defining the route to innovation through partnership – Tonya Anderson and Paul DesRocher from RTD Denver detail the steps the agency has taken to modernise the ways in which riders access services, including how a collaboration with Uber has given customers more ways than ever to plan and pay for trips
  • Achieving roaming, scalable MaaS – Jacob Bangsgaard, CEO at ERTICO and President of the MaaS Alliance, gives his take on the ever-evolving MaaS concept, and offers advice on how to develop and implement successful MaaS schemes
  • From cross-border ticketing to cross-border MaaS – Dominik Elsmann, Head of Department for Cross-border Public Transport at Aachener Verkehrsverbund (AVV) GmbH – the transport authority for the Aachen City region and the Düren and Heinsberg districts in Germany – gives an update on how AVV is progressing in developing an efficient cross-border ticketing system, and how this could lead to cross-border MaaS.

We are keen to get your feedback on our new digital version. Please send your feedback by emailing [email protected]










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