Library

Welcome to the MaaS Library! Here you can discover MaaS related projects and publications, read the latest news on MaaS, and find out about some of the available solution providers. Just click on the tabs below.

Part 3. Accelerating MaaS Growth: Corporate MobilityMaaS Alliance WG ‘Governance & Business Models’ Publication 

Part 2. Accelerating MaaS Growth: Behaviour Change – MaaS Alliance WG ‘Governance & Business Models’ Publication 

Part 1. Accelerating MaaS Growth: Active Mobility MaaS Alliance WG ‘Governance & Business Models’ Publication 

MaaS Alliance White Paper: ‘Interoperability for Mobility, Data Models, and API’ – MaaS Alliance publication on building a common, connected, and interoperable ground for the future of mobility

MaaS Market Playbook  – MaaS Alliance Publication

MaaS Guidebook A living, open access, collaborative publication, aimed foremost at MaaS newcomers

MaaS Alliance resource repository – A living, open access, collaborative document, aimed foremost at technically-oriented people involved in MaaS

MaaS Alliance White Paper “Guidelines & Recommendations to create the foundations for a thriving MaaS Ecosystem” – White Paper laying out the preconditions for establishing MaaS

MaaS Alliance Vision Paper on Multimodal Passenger RightsVision Paper outlining the prerequisites to consider when developing a legislative framework on multimodal passenger rights in the context of MaaS, multimodality and user-centric services

MaaS Alliance Leaflet – learn more about the MaaS Alliance and what we are up to

MaaS Alliance Vision Paper on Data – Vision paper outlining the key role of data in developing a competitive MaaS ecosystem

Main challenges associated with MaaS & Approaches for overcoming them  Study of MaaS Alliance Governance & Business Models Working Group

MaaS Alliance Vision Paper “Recommendations on a User-Centric Approach for MaaS” – Vision paper of the MaaS Alliance Users & Rules Working Group

Study on market access and compettion issues related to MaaS MaaS Alliance commissioned a study by VVA

The MaaS Alliance issues bi-annual external newsletters for the audience interested in Mobility as a Service. MaaS Alliance members receive monthly updates straight to their inbox covering the latest MaaS Alliance news, events and collaboration opportunities.

December 2021 edition: Looking back at MaaS Alliance’s success stories and achievements of another very different and challenging year

July 2021 edition:  Through COVID-19 – MaaS Alliance activities, achievements and future vision

December 2020 edition: A challenging year, looking ahead to start a new year

June 2020 edition: MaaS Alliance celebrates 5 years

December 2019 edition: Exciting year for the MaaS Alliance and its Members

May 2019 edition: MaaS Alliance members are growing!

December 2018 edition The MaaS Alliance and its members receive recognition at BMaaS Awards!

July 2018 edition – MaaS Alliance Community Continues to Expand with New BoD Leading the Way Forward

April 2018 edition – Opt-In to Ensure You Keep Receiving News from Us

December 2017 edition – Merry Christmas from the MaaS Alliance

Interoperability for Mobility, Data Models, and API: Building a common, connected, and interoperable ground for the future of mobilityMaaS Alliance Press Release (November 2021)

ZF becomes first automotive components supplier to join the MaaS AllianceTraffic Technology International (November 2018)

MaaS Alliance expands footprint into AsiaSmart Cities World (November 2018)

Open Ecosystem for MaaS to be Created in New PartnershipIntelligent Transport (July 2018)

Europcar Mobility Group Joins MaaS (Mobility as a Service) AllianceFinancial Times (July 2018)

New Board of Directors for MaaS Alliance Has Been AnnouncedIntelligent Transport (June 2018)

Smart City Travel Crosses The Public-Private DivideFinancial Times (June 2018) *available with FT subscription

5 Minutes With… Piia Karjalainen, senior manager at MaaS AllianceSmartRail World (February 2018)

Act on Transport ServicesFinnish Ministry of Transport and Communications (October 2017)

MaaS White Paper Published Suggesting Implementation Way Forward – Smart Highways (September 2017)

Aussie tech company SkedGo named Gartner Cool Vendor 2017 – NewsMaker (July 2017)

The five-minute CIO: Marko Javornik, Comtrade Digital Services – Siliconrepublic.com (December 2016)

MaaS: Contributing to daily mobility needs – Eurotransport (August 2016)

European initiatives promote smart transport services – PolicyTracker (June 2016)

Xerox’s mobility app offers Mobility as a Service – ITS International (June 2016)

MaaS Alliance holds first meeting at ITS European Congress – Traffic Technology Today (June 2016)

MaaS Alliance officially established at ITS Europe Smart Highways (June 2016)

Would You Take $100 a Month to Give Up Your Car? – PC Mag (May 2016)

Mobility as a Service growing in the EU – Driverless Transportation (March 2016)

Mobility as a Service gaining traction in US and Europe – ITS International (December 2015)

European transport services alliance formed – TransportXtra (October 2015)

Part 3. Accelerating MaaS Growth: Corporate MobilityMaaS Alliance WG ‘Governance & Business Models’ (December 2021)

Part 2. Accelerating MaaS Growth: Behaviour Change – MaaS Alliance WG ‘Governance & Business Models’ (December 2021)

Part 1. Accelerating MaaS Growth: Active Mobility MaaS Alliance WG ‘Governance & Business Models’ (November 2021)

MaaS Alliance White Paper: ‘Interoperability for Mobility, Data Models, and API’ – MaaS Alliance (November 2021)

 

MaaS Market Playbook MaaS Alliance (May 2021)

Mobility as a Service: Positioning Scotland for an Emerging Global MarketMaaS Scotland (January 2018)

ABI Research Forecasts Global Mobility as a Service Revenues to Exceed $1 Trillion by 2030 – ABIresearch (September 2016)

Working Paper “Institutional conditions for integrated mobility services” – K2

MaaS in the UK report – Transport Systems Catapult

Exploring Mobility-as-a-service: Insights from literature and focus group meetings – Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM)

Mobility-as-a-Service and changes in travel preferences and travel behaviour: a literature review – Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM)