SkedGo and AI Base Technology have built a Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform for the Japanese market.
Fukurou Go is targeted at municipalities, prefectures and transit agencies. (MORE)
The region is leading the way in Scotland with the launch today of the GO-HI app.
It provides instant access to information on buses, trains, taxis, car hire, car clubs, bicycle hire, air travel and ferries.
It allows users to plan their journeys for all modes of transport using any iPhone or Android mobile device.
The one-stop app also help travellers make greater use of public transport, car sharing and cycling. (MORE)
Gaiyo has the scoop in the Netherlands. It is now possible to rent the green electric shared mopeds of GO Sharing in the Gaiyo app. By adding this service to the app, it becomes even easier to get to your destination. It is already possible to buy your train tickets in the app, or choose one of the many shared cars, but the addition of the GO Sharing scooters is a welcome enhancement. For city traffic, this is the ideal way to travel. (MORE)
By Rebecca Sands, Content & Project Manager, Autonomy and Senta Belay, Industry Solution Manager, SAP
Attracting sectoral stakeholders such as public transport authorities, energy providers, private operators, software companies, and local governments, a working MaaS system promises the opportunity for more inclusive, livable, and sustainable cities where single car ownership is reduced as alternative and easy-to-use mobility systems become available. In addition, as the economic effects of the pandemic continue to play out, MaaS has the capacity to render mobility more affordable, allowing users to give up the cost of personal vehicles and accomplish sustainability objectives in the process. (MORE)
MaaS Global has acquired Spanish mobility marketplace Wondo AND received a strategic investment from Ferrovial, (MORE)
The promotion of climate-friendly transport and mobility is crucial to achieve the targets of 2030 carbon emission peaking and 2060 carbon neutrality in China, which were recently announced by Chinese president Xi Jinping. In particular, the sustainable integration of new mobility services such as free-floating bike-sharing or ride-hailing with existing public transport is key to efficient, convenient, and climate-friendly urban transport systems. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), a concept which aims at promoting ecosystems, facilitating the integration of all transport services into a single mobility platform, is a promising solution to reach this goal. In the Outline for Building China’s Strength in Transport, a top-level policy for the long-term development of China’s transport sector, which was released in September 2019, the aim of the promoting the integrated development of MaaS in China was emphasized. Following the set direction, now more and more Chinese cities are implementing MaaS pilot projects. (MORE)
Fully committed to the digital revolution through its Extended Monaco programme, Monaco has launched the Monapass mobile application and Open Payments, in partnership with Monaco City Hall and Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM).
MONAPASS, A ‘MOBILITY AS A SERVICE’ (MAAS) APPLICATION PROVIDES USERS WITH AN ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION (MORE)
Long Island, NY – Uber, Masabi and Fire Island Ferries today announced a partnership that will enable Ferry riders to purchase tickets ahead of time directly in the Uber app. Prior to this partnership, riders would either need to line up and purchase tickets in person, or download Fire Island Ferries’ mobile ticketing app. This partnership allows for more convenient and safer ticket purchasing when reserving Ferry trips. This partnership will last throughout the summer season. (MORE)