Paving the way for service integration and smarter mobility in our cities

Supported by:

25 September 2019

Supported by:

25 September 2019


As connectivity increases in our societies making all aspects of every-day life more seamless, urban populations expect the same convenience in the way they move around their cities. From connecting transport services to connecting infrastructure, technology has enabled significant change in urban environments in the last few years – change that shows no sign of slowing.

In this webinar we brought together speakers from the upcoming Intelligent Transport Conference (5-6 November) to discuss best practice and the steps that need to be taken to enable MaaS and service integration. From public transport operators to new mobility players, what’s the best approach for transport providers to take when it comes to trying to meet the skyrocketing expectations of customers?

 Watch this webinar to gain insight into:

  • Open data and information sharing
  • End-to-end trip planning and multimodality
  • On-demand mobility
  • Private-public partnerships


Brian Masson, Founder – Multi Modal Transport Solutions

Brian has gained considerable experience working over 40 years in the transport sector. Brian provides advice on many aspects of multimodal transport systems and mobility management assisting Operators and Authorities throughout the world.

Oliver Bratton, Operations Director, European Business – MTR Corporation

Oliver Bratton oversees MTR’s operations in London and Stockholm, and leads on operations, innovation and customer service in MTR’s bids. He is particularly focussed on how technology can improve the passenger experience, not least through integration with operational systems. In the last 10 years he has worked primarily in urban rail systems, including London Overground, Tyne & Wear Metro, and MTR Crossrail.

Dr. Caroline Fabianski, Senior Expert, Governance and Policies – UITP

Dr. Caroline Fabianski, PhD is a Senior Expert at UITP, the International Association of Public Transport. As an experienced manager and consultant, Caroline has a demonstrated history of working in the transportation, trucking and railroad industry. A native of France, residing in Brussels, Belgium, Caroline is skilled in negotiation, sustainable development, analytical skills, coaching, and Turkish. Educated at the University of Gdansk, Universite Lumiere, the London Business School and with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) focused in Planning and Construction and Project Management from University College London, Caroline speaks four languages and has had professional roles in Paris, London, Lyon, Instabul, Karlsruhe and Brussels.

Thomas Geier, Mobility & Transport Specialist – EMTA

Thomas Geier is a transport and mobility engineer and holds a Master’s degree in Digital Business. He has been with the European Metropolitan Transport Authorities (EMTA) since November 2017 where he supports the Secretary General and is involved in various research efforts and European projects. Since July 2017, he has been a European Relations and Mobility-as-a-Service Officer at the Vervoerregio Amsterdam Regional Transport Authority.

More speakers to be confirmed shortly.

This webinar is a great way to get a taster of what this year’s Intelligent Transport Conference is all about, register now.