Mobility as a service (MaaS) is generally considered as an efficient solution toward future sustainability. However, the public perception of shared mobility may change significantly in the wake of the SARS-COV-2 pandemic.
Will public transport still be considered the backbone of MaaS? What will be the impact on MaaS after the lockdown/pandemic? What is the vision of the most advanced cities for addressing the challenges of future sustainable mobility? How the most advanced MaaS platforms and urban agencies are looking to position themselves in these challenging times?
A fundamental rethink is needed on the planning of cities and regions to improve the efficiency and sustainability of mobility services - MaaS, and also to meet citizens’ needs.
Pioneering Public and private MaaS actors and stakeholders from the PriMaaS project regions will discuss challenges for regional transport systems and sustainable MaaS widespread in the post-pandemic era.