How to work with cities to deliver Mobility as a Service
With ambitious zero emissions goals to hit, European cities are looking to drive people out of private cars.  For this to happen, there needs to be an alternative that is simply better than car ownership.

The central question remains, ‘How can cities and mobility service platforms work together to create mass adopted and sustainable mobility as a service?

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In our exclusive IMPACT>MOBILITY article we:

  • Hear how the City of Amsterdam and the City of Lublin are creating application strategies and business models for Maas
  • Get to grips with the legislative barriers to entry and open collaboration can help break these down
  • Learn how Moovit are working with cities to remove obstacles to the successful roll-out of sustainable mobility options
  • Discover different monetization models for mobility data. Can one marketplace really rule them all?

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 “The concept of congestion charges will continue to be rolled out in cities around Europe, and boundaries extended in cities already legislate for it,

Yovav Mevdad, Chief Growth and Marketing Officer, Moovit

By using more advanced systems and data it would possible to fend off certain vehicles in a dynamic way… this way of managing flows could have a big impact on traffic flows and air quality in cities.

Lizann Tjon, Program Director Innovation, City of Amsterdam

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Luke
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