Two years ago, in April 2019, a MaaS trial started in Sydney, Australia’s biggest city. The study was able to obtain the top level of MaaS, integrating information (L1), booking & payment (L2), services (L3) and societal goals (L4). Now, the trial has concluded, a final report has been released — and much has been learned.

This post is just a short overview of the project and its findings; click here for the full report, or scroll to the bottom for further reading (and watching).

Background:

The project was led by IAG, Australia’s largest general insurer, with research and project management…


Sydney, Australia — 01 March 2021: SkedGo, the global Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) tech enabler, today announced the appointment of CMO Sandra Witzel to its Board of Directors.


This is the last article in our ten-part series on mobility as a service (MaaS) use cases, highlighting the many different ways in which it can help to solve travel and transport problems for individuals, organisations and governments.

MaaS apps can improve traffic management in several ways for both public transit authorities and transport operators, supporting urban/traffic measures, planning and capacity management. Dynamic data on travel times, speed, traffic flow, congestion, weather conditions combined with information from connected vehicles (V2V/V2I) and sensors provide important insight.

How packed are the carriages? How is the sudden flurry of snow affecting public transport…


This is the ninth article in our ten-part series on mobility as a service (MaaS) use cases, highlighting the many different ways in which it can help to solve travel and transport problems for individuals, organisations and governments.

The COVID-19 pandemic has seen public health take centre stage, including social distancing measures and at least temporarily an end to all but essential trips. Safety rightly remains high on the agenda — and Mobility as a Service has an important role to play.

MaaS can help individuals make important decisions about their travel choices. TripGo’s occupancy feature for example allows travellers…


You’ve decided to create a MaaS app for your organisation, community, citizens or visitors. So, what’s next? If you haven’t already done so, you might like to read our recent article on whether to create a MaaS app internally or outsource to an experienced MaaS software provider.

Another important decision you’ll need to make is who should lead your MaaS project. This could be someone you bring into the business to oversee the project or an employee suited to the challenge. …


Developing software for your business is no easy task, and it’s no different when it comes to creating a mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) app. There’s so much to think about from research and planning to execution, project management and beyond. Many questions need answering — one of them being whether to develop your MaaS app internally or outsource to a software specialist?

The approach you take will depend on your goals, priorities, and resources. In this article, we’ll discuss the key factors to think about before making your decision.

Of course, as a dedicated MaaS app developer we’re a little biased, but…


This is the seventh article in our ten-part series on mobility as a service (MaaS) use cases, highlighting the many different ways in which it can help to solve travel and transport problems for individuals, organisations and governments.

Increasing ridership on public, shared and on-demand transport is key to encouraging citizens to move away from personal car use. Over the longer-term, it’s the most efficient way to move people around (taking into consideration, of course, personal safety post-COVID). …


Potsdam, Germany & Sydney, Australia — October 29, 2020: By combining SkedGo’s advanced journey planning with MOTIONTAG’s analytics capabilities, mobility stakeholders will be able to understand how, when and why people travel, and measure changes in travel behavior. It will also enable end-users to receive personalized recommendations based on the actual routes they’ve taken. In addition, they will be able to set up personal goals such as “cycle more” to improve their commute.

Mobility stakeholders nowadays need to prove people are changing their behaviors, but they often don’t have the tools to do it. Confirming a trip has actually taken…


Our latest contributor to our Women in MaaS series is entrepreneur and mobility expert Tamy Ribeiro. A board member of sustainability organisation .aware, TEDx speaker and Chief Mobility Evangelist at Wunder Mobility, Tamy talks to us about the changes she has seen in the mobility sector, alongside the roadblocks and opportunities for MaaS.

Tamy Ribeiro — Chief Mobility Evangelist & Head of Partnerships, Wunder Mobility

How did you get started in the mobility sector?


This is the sixth article in our ten-part series on mobility as a service (MaaS) use cases, highlighting the many different ways in which it can help to solve travel and transport problems for individuals, organisations and governments.

Governments are committed to reducing their carbon footprint, with fossil fuel vehicles — one of the top pollutants — firmly in sight. The rise in congestion impacts the environment, public health and organisations too.

MaaS can help track CO2 emissions and provide transparency on emissions per trip to users, raising awareness of the consequences of their transport choices as well as energy…

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