Mobility as a Service: Progress and new insights from an Australian trial
On 1 May 2020 we ran a webinar, called ‘Transport of Tomorrow online: Mobility as a Service progress and new insights from an Australian trial’. The webinar was based on a progress report on our MaaS trial in Sydney project. It was facilitated by Kate Mackay of Mott Macdonald, and featured the leader of the MaaS trial, IAG’s Sam Lorimer, and research lead on the project, Professor David Hensher.
At the top of this page we’ve embedded the video of the webinar, which runs for just a tick under an hour. In it you’ll hear:
- Background on the project, including why IAG chose to lead the project
- What transport modes and subscription models were made available to trial participants
- The number of participants, and how they were recruited
- Research analysis of the trial to date
- What MaaS app was used
All of that, and more. Just scroll to the top of this page, and click the play button. We hope you enjoy the insights and information in what was an engaging webinar.
There were quite a few questions from webinar participants in the Q&A section of the webinar, only a couple of which were answered in the video. After the webinar we obtained answers from the panel to the other questions. Find them at MaaS webinar: Bonus Q&A session.
If after watching the video you have a question about the webinar or trial, pop them in the Leave a Comment section below!
Download Professor David Hensher’s slide deck
David Hensher has made his slide deck from the MaaS webinar available. Click the button below to download.DOWNLOAD DAVID’S SLIDE DECK
Download Sam Lorimer’s slide deck
Sam has made his slide deck, MaaS in the middle: Confessions of a broker in a real-world Sydney trial available. Click the button below to download.DOWNLOAD SAM’S SLIDE DECK