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IATR Mobility-as-a-Service Primer

A look at MaaS regulatory, legal, policy, and funding issues

IATR Mobility-as-a-Service Primer

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While the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) concept has been embraced overseas for some time, the adoption and deployment of MaaS platforms in cities across the U.S. is still very much in its infancy. 


As more transportation agencies and providers alike are looking toward MaaS as a solution to congestion and system management, the International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR) held a Mobility-as-a-Service Primer to share with its members the latest news on which jurisdictions are experimenting with multi-modal platforms and smartphone applications. The session provided regulatory, legal, policy, and funding issues relating to implementation and the status of the various U.S. experiments with the Federal Transit Administration’s Mobility-on-Demand (MOD Sandbox) pilot programs, as well as multi-modal integration projects involving accessible service and automated vehicles in Europe and the US.


On hand to share their expertise in all-things MaaS were Danny Silva (Metropia), Scott Shepard (IOMOB), and Angie DeVore and Joseph Gregory (Valley Metro).

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