MaaS Alliance Members meet in Helsinki for Plenary meeting

MaaS Alliance Members meet in Helsinki for Plenary meeting

The MaaS Alliance organised its 3rd Plenary meeting of the year in Helsinki, in conjunction with the MaaS Summit. 45 organisations joined the meeting including the new members LG CNS, Federal Office of Transport (Switzerland) and ZF. The members were warmly welcomed...

Key takes on the MaaS/MOD International Market Workshop

Key takes on the MaaS/MOD International Market Workshop

The face of transport is changing rapidly, breaking silos between transport modes and combining different modes of transport into seamless travel chains. New mobility solutions need to be backed up by innovations in other sectors, such as insurance. To keep up with...

Bringing expertise in MaaS through the SUMP Guidelines

Bringing expertise in MaaS through the SUMP Guidelines

MaaS Alliance is glad to have contributed to bring Mobility as a Service (MaaS) a bit closer to urban mobility planners and local decision-makers through the new guides for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). The Guidelines for developing and implementing a...

Facilitating seamless EU wide multimodal ticketing and payment

Facilitating seamless EU wide multimodal ticketing and payment

On 13 September, MaaS Alliance participated in the 6th Florence Intermodal Forum-Towards EU-wide Multimodal Ticketing and Payment Systems. At the event, Piia Karjalainen presented how MaaS is contributing to the multimodal revolution. This forum gathered European- and...

MaaS of the Month | CityTrips

MaaS of the Month | CityTrips

The MaaS of the Month series showcases success stories in the world of MaaS to inspire, educate, and help develop successful MaaS implementations worldwide. This month, we present CityTrips, the leading MaaS aggregator in Spain, launched in 2018 by RACC. CityTrips is...

MaaS of the Month | National MaaS programme in the Netherlands

MaaS of the Month | National MaaS programme in the Netherlands

The new MaaS of the Month series showcases success stories in the world of MaaS to inspire, educate, and help develop successful MaaS implementations worldwide. This month we look at the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management which secured a framework...

MaaS of the Month | S’hail

MaaS of the Month | S’hail

The new MaaS of the Month series showcases success stories in the world of MaaS. They aim to inspire, educate, and help develop successful MaaS implementations worldwide. This is the second story in the series, following from June's article on Whim. The S’hail...

MaaS of the Month | Whim

MaaS of the Month | Whim

The new MaaS of the Month series showcases success stories in the world of MaaS. They aim to inspire, educate, and help develop successful MaaS implementations worldwide. The first MaaS of the Month story comes from MaaS Global and focuses on their Whim app. Lauded as...

Draft Revised SUMP Guidelines Now Available to Review

Draft Revised SUMP Guidelines Now Available to Review

[MaaS Alliance has participated in the drafting of the new SUMP Guidelines and we encourage you to take part in this consultation. All feedback is appreciated and will help create stronger SUMP guidelines.] Since the first edition of the SUMP Guidelines was published...

50 Tweeters in MaaS You Should be Following

50 Tweeters in MaaS You Should be Following

The way we are moving from A to B has drastically changed, and the concept of Mobility as a Service is unfolding across cities worldwide. MaaS is the solution cities seek to help combat growing traffic, congestion, and environmental issues plaguing our cities. In such...

Press Release – ARVAL joins the MaaS Alliance

Press Release – ARVAL joins the MaaS Alliance

Arval, a leading multi-brand provider of full service car leasing solutions and a committed actor to innovation in the mobility sector, is joining the MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) Alliance. MaaS Alliance is a public-private partnership, which aims at creating the...

Report from the MaaS Alliance & TravelSpirit Open Mobility Conference

Report from the MaaS Alliance & TravelSpirit Open Mobility Conference

The Open Mobility Conference 2019 held in Brussels on 11 April was an opportunity for speakers and participants to discuss a future where a single transport account could allow users to use busses, trains, or a self-driving pod, book travel insurance or any other...

Car dealers thrive in the MaaS ecosystem

Car dealers thrive in the MaaS ecosystem

Over the past years, many observers have often indicated carsharing and Mobility as a Service (MaaS), or, more generally, the provision of mobility services to the customer, as possible ways to reduce the dealer's dependency from the vehicle sales' weak margins. An...

USA’s new Mobility on Demand Alliance announces 2019 activities

USA’s new Mobility on Demand Alliance announces 2019 activities

The recently launched Mobility on Demand (MOD) Alliance, an initiative of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America), has outlined its 2019 plans to coordinate and develop seamless mobility in the USA. Unveiled at last year’s ITS World Congress in...

EU projects explore common standard for digital mobility services

EU projects explore common standard for digital mobility services

A common standard for designing digital transport services is being considered by three EU-funded projects working on improving the mobility of EU citizens with the help of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS). MyCorridor, MaaS4EU and IMOVE agreed to explore the options put...