High quality living and working via home office in the countryside could be the Next Big Thing. Mobility as a Service will play a key role connecting rural areas with cities.
Post on mobility hubs, their functions as a interface between mobility services, success factors and sources for further information
Actions a #SmartCity could take to keep cars out and reduce #congestion and #pollution range from telework to #park&ride as outlined in a #Climathon project.
A Mobility as a Service (MaaS) ecosystem should offer a set of mobility services (resources) tailored to the customer’s needs. This requires that these services can be matched, orchestrated, billed and paid as one service via MaaS applications. To make
It is the end of the year and fortune tellers have their high season. I am one of them. And here is my outlook into the future of Mobility-as-a-Service. I am curious how far off it will be looking back
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is the seamless combination of transport modes for a customer’s mobility needs – almost like code sharing of different airlines for one trip. MaaS trips could comprise own vehicles, public transit, bike share, car share,
Bike Sharing as Part of Mobility as a Service Traffic engineers know that only mass transit systems can efficiently provide the traffic density needed to serve mega cities, well illustrated in an image from downtown Seattle comparing the space needed
Ever heard of MaaS? Nope? But you might have heard about Software as a Service, aka SaaS. This is the concept of using software via Internet – without the need to buy, own, install, configure nor update software. Just use