11 Jun 2019

Moving MaaS: how to take the benefits of integrated mass transport off the drawing board and into society

Mobility as a Service - often shortened to MaaS - has the potential to profoundly reshape our lives. The integration of different types of transport into a single mobility service for users as and when they want it offers enormous opportunities to transform the way people travel. So far however, attention has focused on the technology behind the idea, or the benefits for the potential user, rather than what its implications might be for the business and finance world. Yet these are set to be every bit as significant as those likely to open up for the traveler - provided MaaS is introduced in a coherent, structured way.

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Maas systems should provide yield-hungry investors such as pension funds with just the kind of long-term, stable and relatively predictable returns they are increasingly demanding

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