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Mobility as a Service (MaaS) - Submission to Parliamentary Transport Committee

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) - Submission to Parliamentary Transport Committee

Mobility as a Service inquiry

Details of our written evidence - submitted by ACFO In response to a call for written evidence to address one or more of the following terms of reference:             
Global evidence to date on the effectiveness of integrated, multi-mode MaaS apps in relation to:
      
boosting the efficiency of urban public transport systems; and
      
managing demand for road use in cities; reducing road congestion; and improving air quality;
         

Overcoming the barriers to implementation
 of integrated, multi-mode MaaS apps in UK cities, including: 
   
current powers, capabilities and resources of local and regional transport authorities;
    
current commissioning models, including the rail franchising system; and
     
transport providers' unwillingness to share data, customers and revenue (including car hire companies; innovators in autonomous vehicles; rail, metro, and bus operators; cycle hire schemes; car clubs; and others)

http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/transport-committee/news-parliament-2017/mobility-as-a-service-launch-17-19/

Details of our submission are available to download below.