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Almost half would consider moving when autonomous vehicles arrive

Almost half would consider moving when autonomous vehicles arrive

A new report says auto-manufacturers should expand their focus to suburban and rural areas.

Jorudan and Masabi partner to bring mobile ticketing to Oita city

Jorudan and Masabi partner to bring mobile ticketing to Oita city

Jorudan has integrated the Justride mobile ticketing SDK into its transit apps so that once an operator signs up to the service, tickets can be made available in the applications.

Momentum behind MaaS continues to build in Europe

Momentum behind MaaS continues to build in Europe

Vulog has announced the latest update to its multi-modal, multi-city platform which has increased user engagement by a third, while Iomob and Karhoo are partnering for MaaS projects.

Lyft brings MaaS options to US and Canadian cities

Lyft brings MaaS options to US and Canadian cities

The ride-sharing company wants to help users unlock the transportation options in their city by enabling them to see all ride options from within its app.

Is smart ticketing being held back by bespoke systems?

Is smart ticketing being held back by bespoke systems?

Research report sets out to examine some of the key challenges transit agencies are facing when it comes to providing fare collection services to riders.

Creating connected infrastructure to power MaaS

Creating connected infrastructure to power MaaS

Fujitsu’s Rabih Arzouni explores how public bodies and private companies must work together to ensure the right infrastructure is in place to support MaaS and other transport advances.

Columbus implements single payment platform across different mobility services

Columbus implements single payment platform across different mobility services

Siemens Mobility and Bytemark are working with the Ohio city to integrate new technology into the Smart Columbus Operating System for a frictionless customer experience.

Lisbon develops mobility catalogue to make third-party apps more accurate

Lisbon develops mobility catalogue to make third-party apps more accurate

The City of Lisbon is developing a new architecture and the first tools to improve the accuracy of journey-planning apps.

Alliance seeks clarity on legal framework and roles in MaaS ecosystems

Alliance seeks clarity on legal framework and roles in MaaS ecosystems

An analysis by the Mobility-as-a-Service Alliance provides an insight into the rights and obligations of private actors and public transport authorities and operators.

Jorudan rolls out mobile ticketing in Japanese cities

Jorudan rolls out mobile ticketing in Japanese cities

The country’s leading trip-planning service has integrated with Masabi’s Justride SDK platform helping public transport operators and cities start to realise mobility-as-a-service.