Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
Pittsburgh Launches Comprehensive Mobility as a Service App: Move PGH
The Move PGH pilot program is being credited as a major step forward for the integration of personal technology and shared transportation.
Planning for New Mobilities: Preparing for Innovative Transportation Technologies and Services
New mobilities—emerging transportation technologies and services—have tantalizing potential. They allow people to scoot, ride, and fly like never before. However, they can also impose surprising problems. How should communities prepare?
Mobility as a Service Technology Will Not Solve the Country's Transportation Problems
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) relies on technology to streamline transportation and improve access. But apps are not going to be enough for people to leave their cars behind.
On-Demand Shuttle Pilot Operating in Los Angeles
The LAnow on-demand shuttle began operation earlier this month.
New App Helps Drivers Find Parking Spots at Transit Stations
It's only one step in a multi-modal journey, but parking at a transit station can be quite a hassle.
Americans See Public Transit as ‘Backbone’ of Multimodalism
A recent APTA study illuminates public opinion on mobility as a service, autonomous vehicles, and more.
MSU Campus to Become ‘Mobility Ecosystem'
Michigan State University plans to turn its 5,200-acre campus into a test site for advanced transportation technologies.
Ensuring the Benefits of Multiple Mobility as a Service Options
Vertically integrated mobility as a service options can offer great benefit to users, but unless cities create the right framework, it could stifle innovation and competition, as well as making the playing field too difficult for small companies.
New App Helps Taxis Compete
The Waave app provides some of the functionality of ride-hailing apps to taxi drivers. The app is the result of a New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission pilot program.
A New Treasure Trove of Data on Mobility Services Is Now Available for Researchers
A shared post by Regina Clewlow, CEO and founder of Populus.
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