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First annual survey of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in the UK to be published by Landor LINKS

Specialist transport publisher, Landor LINKS, announced today the publication of its first annual survey of MaaS in the UK

Landor LINKS
23 May 2017

The 32-page report, to be released in July, will map Mobility as a Service developments in the UK, surveying the organisations providing technology and data to enable MaaS, and looking at plans to pilot MaaS in towns and cities. While focusing on the UK, the report will include international perspectives on MaaS development.

“This will be a reference point for the wider transport planning and policy industry and a must-read for anyone working in the field.” said Andrew Forster, editor, of Local Transport Today. “

We envisage it as an annual report, which will map the progress of MaaS.”The report will be compiled by transport communications consultant Beate Kubitz. Organisations wishing to submit papers or case studies should contact Beate on the address below.

The deadline for submissions is 14 June.

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