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Top 10 Most Read Mobility-as-a-Service Articles – February

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Here is a rundown of the top 10 read articles on Mobility-as-a-Service during February

1. Top 10 Mobility-as-a-Service Influencers 

Take a look at some of the people who are shaping what MaaS actually means. These top ten influencers come from around the world and have unique specialisms in how MaaS is implemented, in all areas such as Business, Urban Transport and for the environment.


2. Every summary from UK Parliament’s Mobility-as-a-Service Inquiry

The Transport Committee opened up submissions for evidence from experts and companies in the industry in the hope that they could collect as much data, information and opinion as possible to start off a plan as to an approach towards mobility as a service. As there’s over 40 different items to download and read through Mobilleo have compiled just the summary from each company (where a summary has been provided by the author) into one easy to read post.

3. Mapping a route to a future success in the new automotive ecosystem

Digitally-enabled car-sharing and ride-hailing is set to become a key driver of growth and profitability in tomorrow’s auto markets, far outstripping the profitability potential of traditional car making.

Accenture research shows that by 2030, revenues from manufacturing and selling vehicles (around €2 trillion) will be only marginally higher than they are today, and that profits from car sales will even shrink slightly (from €126 billion to €122 billion).

4. HERE “Mobility Marketplace” Platform – Unique, Disruptive & Will Help Build the “Mobility Graph”

The “mobility” piece of the all new connected world has been developing into a very interesting, lucrative segment for the entire tech industry. In this article there are a few thoughts on how disruptive this announcement is and how it can potentially end the siloed, closed mobility experiences and monopoly practices for demand-side & supply-side.

5. MaaS Companies

To help keep track of all the latest new initiatives and companies working on Mobility-as-a-Service BusinessMAAS compiled a list of these companies worldwide with a brief explanation of each.

6. Making MaaS Work: Overcoming The Issue Of Governance 

Multimodality is mentioned frequently in debates on public transportation systems, yet we all try to minimise modal shifts whenever possible for convenience reasons. This is why the car is a powerful door-to-door mobility device. How can we ensure that people can not only travel from A to B but from door-to-door using shared mobility services?


7. Could Uber run the London bus network? It’s complicated

Uber and its peers are already being seen as the solution to fixing those public services. Faced with criticism that bus funding has been sliced by a third, transport minister Chris Grayling said last year that on-demand “Uber-style” models could replace traditional bus services.


8. Planning for shared mobility: Incorporating shared modes into the Public Rights-of-Way

In recent years, a variety of social and economic forces coupled with advancements in technology have quickly given rise to shared mobility. Shared mobility—the shared use of a vehicle, bicycle, or other low-speed travel mode—is an innovative transportation strategy that enables users to have short-term access to a mode of transportation on an as-needed basis.


9. Tackling Data Challenges to Unlock The Brave New World of MaaS

We’re on the verge of a huge shift in the way we live and travel. Ownership was long considered the pinnacle of societal ranking – and in some ways, still is. Buying a house or a car has traditionally been seen as a rite of passage, a way to mark one’s success. But things are starting to change.


10. With One Account Always a Parts Bike At Hand

The use of single bikes is made easier. Customers will soon be able to rent a single bicycle at ten different providers with one account.

Ten providers of part and rental bicycles in the Netherlands are going to work together. They want to make the use of shared bicycles easier, especially for people who want to use bikes from different companies. Customers now have to install a separate app for each provider and pay a separate deposit. Because of the cooperation, that does not have to be the case anymore. The initiators hope that more companies join



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