Chairman: Andrew Pearce, Jacobs Honorary Secretaries: John Paddington, Conigital & Andy Taylor, Cubic
Read the Group’s response to the Transport Select Committee’s MaaS inquiry (closed 22 December 2017) here
- Please note that ITS (UK) Members get a discount on attending the MaaS Market in London 20-21 March 2019, for bookings received by 28 February. Contact Kelly Thompson on firstname.lastname@example.org to book a discounted place.
- The next meeting of the Forum will be hosted by Jacobs in Birmingham on 27 March 2019 and will be a workshop on how to build a MaaS product. More details here in due course. This workshop is held jointly with the TDI.
- The most recent meeting of the Forum was kindly hosted by Transport for West Midlands on 13 March 2018. Please see below for the available presentations.
Presentations from the Maas Training event on 27 March 2019
Representatives of the CONTACT group came together to create a specialist MaaS training event to help local authorities, to really understand ‘the nuts and bolts’ of how to implement MaaS in a specific area. This event has been made possible through sponsorship from Innovate UK & Jacobs. Multiple streams covered different topics and elements of MaaS.
The topics that were covered include –
Governance & Contractual
Economics & Business models
Safety, Behaviour and Social factor
Presentations from meeting on 28 Feb 2018
- GO NaviGoGo, Scotland’s first MaaS Pilot – David Smith, ESP Group
- Championing Openess in Mobility – James Gleave, Travelspirit Foundation
Presentations from meeting on 28 March 2017
- The launch of the ITS (UK) Mobility as a Service Interest Group – Andrew Pearce, Jacobs, Chairman of the MaaSIG
- MaaS: The Building Blocks to Get a Solution – Andy Taylor, Cubic
- An introduction to TravelSpirit – Giles Bailey, TravelSpirit
- MaaS and Road User Charging – Keith Mortimer, Wyeval Consulting
- Travel, the environment and MaaS – Professor Margaret Bell, Newcastle University
- Importance of Data to enable MaaS – Johan Herrlin, ITO World Ltd