What’s next in the MaaS world? Upcoming events!

//What’s next in the MaaS world? Upcoming events!

What’s next in the MaaS world? Upcoming events!

Interest in Mobility as a Service is reaching unprecedented heights as a growing number of governments and communities look for new ways to deal with transportation crises in both urban and rural areas alike.
The economic impact of severe congestion and poor connectivity, along with increasing concerns at the health of citizens living in areas of dangerous air quality are creating huge pressure for change.
The potential is being underlined by technologies that are creating new business models and new ways for authorities to regulate and organize transport provision.
But such a radical change has huge implications – for governments, the automotive industry, transport companies and the public at large.
MyCorridor is especially focusing on how achieving sustainable travel in urban and interurban areas and across borders by replacing private vehicle ownership by private vehicle use. The project looks into connecting services from various service providers and providing the traveler with alternatives to replace their own vehicle trip with combined shared vehicles and multimodal transport solutions.
MyCorridor always keeps an eye on the European MaaS events to be always updated on the MaaS discussion and last news.
The two main events happening soon are the MaaS Market conference and the Open Mobility Conference.

The fourth MaaS Market conference in London (20-21 March), created and organized by ITS international, will bring together international and local thought-leaders to try and make sense of this rapidly changing landscape, focusing on taking the exciting new developments in Mobility as a Service from theory to practical delivery.

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On 11 April, in Brussels, the TravelSpirit and MaaS Alliance organizes the Open Mobility Conference 2019 bringing together innovators, disruptive thinkers, transport authorities, operators, technology providers and infrastructure developers in a unique co-creative environment to begin to answer the big questions for the future of mobility: How can we ensure MaaS is developed in a way that is inclusive, sustainable and helps tackle climate change? How can we create new mobility services that can be easily deployed, scaled, and integrated seamlessly with existing provision? What does an open ecosystem and Internet of Mobility look like, and what opportunities does it create? What transformations to corporate mindset, public policy, investment climate and transport regulations are needed to support the above? Why is openness so important?
Inspiring examples from diverse elements of the transport industry – automotive, airline, travel, logistics, taxi and public transport will be discussed.

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