In a recent webinar hosted by Intelligent Transport in association with HaCon and Siemens Mobility, the predominant factors that make MaaS valuable for both users and operators were explored. Here, webinar speaker Robert Bichsel, Product Owner for MaaS solutions at Siemens, answers some of the webinar audience questions.
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Jacob Bangsgaard, CEO at ERTICO and President of the MaaS Alliance, gives his takes on the ever-evolving MaaS concept, and offers advice on how to develop and implement successful MaaS schemes.
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…
Carol Schweiger details the ways in which transport agencies across the U.S. are taking advantage of the grants made available as part of the U.S. Department for Transport’s (USDOT) Integrated Mobility Innovation (IMI) programme.
Within our first live COVID-19 briefing, Mohamed Mezghani, Secretary General at UITP, delivered the latest information on a number of areas for public transport and mobility professionals. Here, he answers some of the audience's most pressing questions.
The world is living through unprecedented times. As we all face the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, those working in the public transport sector are continuing to advocate for this vital and crucial service – UITP is helping to lead that charge.
Within the next edition of The Sustainable Bus Update, we summarise the most recent and standout sustainable bus purchases and developments from across the globe.
Benedikt Sobotka, Co-Chair of WEF's Global Battery Alliance (GBA), tells Intelligent Transport how the multi-stakeholder initiative aims to create a sustainable battery sector, and how transport players can leverage the Alliance’s vision and contribute to achieving a low carbon economy.
In conclusion to our Ticketing & Payments In-Depth Focus, we asked a number of industry experts the following: how important is it for transport providers to be able to incrementally improve and update their ticketing systems as the pace of innovation continues to quicken?
Piia Karjalainen, Secretary General at the MaaS Alliance, details the challenges that operators and authorities face in making payments simpler for a MaaS-based future, as well as the role that openness has to play in moving mobility forwards.
Stefano Bianchi, coordinator of H2020 Trustonomy, tells Intelligent Transport how the European research project is advocating to build the safety, trust and acceptance of automated vehicles, bringing experts and citizens together.
Mariell Hallenhed, Product Owner, Ticketing and Payment at Skånetrafiken, tells us about the organisation’s break from the traditional in creating its own bespoke ticketing system in-house.
Within Episode 9 of the Intelligent Transport Podcast, Editor Luke Antoniou is joined by Bernard Tabary, CEO International of one of the world’s largest public transport operators, Keolis, to discuss how the organisation has overcome the challenges presented by COVID-19, and how some of the most prevalent mobility trends have…
The latest supplement from Intelligent Transport on how to make transport networks within cities smarter assesses methods for building connected urban environments, and the impact that smart technologies are having on traffic management and people flow across our cities.
After years of success, San Francisco Bay Area’s payment card system is about to undergo a transformation to become account-based, simplifying the passenger experience. Jason Weinstein P.E., the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Program Manager, explains how the region is preparing for the transition.