Making sense of MaaS, MOD, IoM, and how we got here.

MaaS, MOD, or other? Image by Matheus Bertelli


Hackout Manchester was TravelSpirit’s first #HackMaaS event.

Cover Image from Hasan & Partners / DNA IoT series available at http://uusityo.dna.fi/iot/

Carrer de Joan Verdeguer, Valencia, Spain

What We Do

  • Market analysis
  • Policy review
  • Technology implementation
  • Transport system planning
  • Economic impact assessment
  • Business and communications strategy
  • Community engagement and facilitation

Areas of Expertise

  • New mobility trends
  • Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
  • Mobility data specifications (GTFS, MDS, NetEx)
  • Open source software / open data
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Active transportation
  • Accessible design
  • Community transport
  • NEMT / patient transport

Who We Help

  • City, state and local governments
  • Transit agencies and public transport operators
  • New mobility service providers
  • OEMs
  • Anyone we can

Get In Touch


A slide from my SFScon16 keynote demonstrating the different components of a given journey.

The MaaS Reloaded conference in Manchester

The crowd is a bit more diverse than this photo perhaps suggests.


Open source technology can help us achieve a more equitable future for mobility services.

We need to continue the widespread adoption of open data standards and effective and affordable technology to ensure that the exciting future of transport works for all users.


Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California

Method City Planning LLC

Jeremy Dalton, Principal + Founder

+1.971.226.5395 (USA)

jeremy@method.city

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Intersections can be scary.

Jeremy Dalton

Principal @ Method City

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