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OnDemand WEBINAR: How to make MaaS a reality

Traffic jams and congestion are major challenges faced by many cities – not only are they inconvenient but they also contribute to pollution, noise and can even affect economic productivity.

 

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OnDemand WEBINAR: How to make MaaS a reality

Date Recorded: Wednesday 26 June 2019

 

Length: 50mins + 10mins Q&A

 

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More integrated transport offerings can help address these issues, and many cities are trying to make the shift towards Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS). MaaS allows people to choose their preferred mode of travel and to book and pay for everything via one app.

 

The vision is clear – but getting there is not so simple. This webinar will look at:

  • How cities and transport authorities can get started with making this vision a reality (whatever stage they’re at now)
  • The fundamental building blocks to succeeding with MaaS
  • How to tackle issues such as regulation, tariffs, data-sharing and unintended consequences
  • The role of the city in driving the MaaS approach
  • How MaaS can increase the use of public transport lessons from cities such as Stuttgart and Los Angeles – find out how they’re cutting congestion and benefiting from MaaS, as well as the challenges they have overcome

We’ll also hear from Olga Anapryenka, Senior Consultant, Intelligent Mobility and Smart Technologies at Atkins on the ’Development of MaaS’. We’ll look at the challenges in the roles of private and public sectors, commercial agreement, data ownership and access, commercial feasibility and finding right business model. The opportunities of integration, seamless journeys, modal shift, third parties revenues, better customer experience, new technologies such as Blockchain, MaaS for freight, and road pricing

You will also get your questions answered in the live Q&A.

 

Speakers:

Sarah Wray, Editor at SmartCitiesWorld

 

Sarah has many years of experience as a B2B journalist and editor, specialising in technological innovation and its impact in cities.

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Thomas Friderich, Head of Business Development at moovel (becomes REACH NOW)

Olga Anapryenka

Olga Anapryenka, Senior Consultant, Intelligent Mobility and Smart Technologies at Atkins

 

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