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Potential of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) assessed in new report

Landor LINKS surveys experts on how mobility service will evolve in the UK

04 August 2017
Elements of MaaS ranked by transport professionals
Elements of MaaS ranked by transport professionals

 

A new report by Landor LINKS/LTT provides a state of play survey and analysis on how the concept of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is developing in the UK, and the likely implications for traditional transport provision.

The First Annual Survey of MaaS in the UK is available in printed and digital Kindle editions for the first time for a Landor LINKS/LTT publication. 

“The potential prize for a MaaS system is enormous and the obvious enthusiasm for the concept amongst transport professionals substantial,” said LTT editorial director Peter Stonham. “The acid test, however, will be in the perceived and demonstrable benefits to the consumer, and by association the strength of political support that is expressed. This publication provides an essential progress report.”

Copies of the report are available from: www.landor.co.uk/maas

 
 
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