MaaS - crossing (modal) borders

Basic Information

Series Title

Mobilising Mobility

Language

English

Availability

Price

Free

Learning Material type

Webinar CIVITAS InitiativeSATELLITE

Thematic areas


Active mobility
  • Walking
  • Cycling

Collective passenger transport & shared mobility
  • Ride sharing
  • Car sharing
  • Bike sharing
  • Accessibility
  • Intermodality
  • Ticketing and tariffs
  • Service improvements

Smart, Sustainable, Connected and Shared mobility
  • Connected and automated transport
  • Real-time road-user information
  • ITS-based enhancement of public transport
  • ITS for traffic

Summary

This webinar explores a range of project pioneering innovative approaches to Mobility as a Service (MaaS). First Roberto Palacin from MyCorridor will present an international approach to MaaS, how to look beyond the local arena and implement MaaS across borders. This is followed by Maurizio Veronese from CIVITAS HANDSHAKE, who will present the MaaS situation and the bike sharing system in the city of Turin.

In many cases, MaaS systems require Public-Private collaboration to succeed, SoufianJahouh from the MOBI-MIX project will present an interactive tool designed to help cities implement such collaboration in Smart Mobility. This webinar is moderated by IvoCre. Speakers include: Roberto Palacin from the University of NewCastle (MyCorridor) Maurizio Veronese from 5T Turin (CIVITAS HANDSHAKE) SoufianJahouh from the City of Rotterdam (MOBI-MIX)

The webinar was orgnanisd by POLIS in cooperation with MyCorridor, MOBI-MIX, HANDSHAKE and CIVITAS SATELLITE projects.

Material creator

Polis

Associated project: Handshake

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