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50 Tweeters in MaaS You Should be Following

On Apr 16, 2019
@ERTICO shared
5⃣0⃣ Tweeters in #MaaS You Should be Following 👀 https://t.co/nE7JGMw8nt
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The way we are moving from A to B has drastically changed, and the concept of Mobility as a Service is unfolding across cities worldwide. MaaS is the solution cities seek to help combat growing traffic, congestion, and environmental issues plaguing our cities.

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On Apr 16, 2019
@ERTICO shared
5⃣0⃣ Tweeters in #MaaS You Should be Following 👀 https://t.co/nE7JGMw8nt
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50 Tweeters in MaaS You Should be Following

The way we are moving from A to B has drastically changed, and the concept of Mobility as a Service is unfolding across cities worldwide. MaaS is the solution cities seek to help combat ...


On Apr 9, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
“What are you willing to pay for your complete freedom? Being able to go anywhere, anytime on a whim?", said @maas_global CEO @sampohietanen. Read more about what @Forbes calls the "Netflix of urban transport". https://t.co/Zcqg6Nerep
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Netflix-Of-Transportation App Reduces Car Use And Boosts Bike And Bus Use, Finds MaaS Data Crunch

One of the fathers of "mobility as a service" explains why MaaS is getting people out of cars and will be a trillion-dollar market by 2030.

On Mar 31, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @ChartingTrnsprt: Blog: Are Australian cities growing around their rapid transit networks? @ABSStats https://t.co/kTNODwqlNi https://t.co/fAIPG6g02K
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Are Australian cities growing around their rapid transit networks?

My last post showed half of Perth’s outer urban population growth between 2011 and 2016 happened in places more than 5 km from a train station (see: Are Australian cities sprawling with ...

On Apr 14, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @BrentToderian: The dumbest headline I’ve seen in a long time. Congratulations @latimes. https://t.co/cCCPbHUIMX
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How flying cars could help in the fight against climate change

Flying cars, or VTOLs, could help fight climate change because they would produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions on longer trips, a new study found.

On Apr 10, 2019
@StreetsblogUSA shared
RT @RyanDeto: Transit experts agree that busways are the future of public transit. And no city in America is better positioned to lead the way than Pittsburgh. Can the region fulfill its busway potential? Thread/ https://t.co/ucf5Zqfvqn
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How busways can lead Pittsburgh into an equitable public transit future

Pittsburgh has the most extensive busway system in the entire country. There are about 19 miles of grade-separated, traffic-free busways that spread across three lines...

On Apr 2, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @_SUTP: #MaaS platforms are a great tool to bundle all the different transport modes and sharing systems in one place to ease #multimodal and #sustainable #urbanmobility - to succeed: stakeholder collaboration is key! Mobility as a Service in your city? iNUA#7 ➡️https://t.co/vnqINiBQ6K https://t.co/ddk9F4VScp
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Facing New Mobility Services and Digitization – Our iNUA #7 on Mobility as a Service is now available!

SUTP participates in the implementation of the New Urban Agenda (NUA) by publishing a series of Implementation Guides addressed to politicians and practitioners. We are happy to …

On Apr 12, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @pv_reynolds: So good; ‘from Wellingtonians frustrated by the status quo’ ⁦@TalkWelly⁩ https://t.co/f92TM3w3ca
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Talk Wellington: How capital streets might look if people and life were bigger priority than cars

Fresh thinking and spending on Wellington's transport network can hand the streets back to the people.

On Mar 28, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
The latest Mobility Hub issue with #sharedmobility headlines & a SUMC blog post on Scoop to BART. https://t.co/C8lwfx4bTb
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: March 28, 2019

SUMC Program Director Prashanth Gururaja tried Bay Area Rapid Transit’s Scoop to BART service, a Mobility on Demand Sandbox program that encourages people to carpool to select BART stations ...

On Apr 21, 2019
@lab1886 shared
More than 3.000 European startups shaping the #FutureofMobility! Most #mobility startups come from the UK (32%), Germany (20%) and France (13%). In terms of #funding, Germany leads by a wide margin, at 2.3 billion. 💰 👉🏼 https://t.co/QCZGNnHyQB #Lab1886 #Incubation #Vision https://t.co/jiATulauC6
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The European Mobility Startup Landscape

It’s an exciting time to be investing in mobility startups. Below you’ll find an overview of the European mobility startup ecosystem.

On Mar 23, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
@TransitLeap @maas_global @newmobilitynow Good one!! And here's one from me in 2011. And I was far from the first to be talking along these lines. https://t.co/FxDa6Xu9xi
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From carsharing to mobility brokers?

I am excited by the prospect of urban 'mobility retailers' or 'mobility brokers'.  'Huh'? What is that, you ask? A mobility broker is a bu...

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On Apr 21, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
"Sustainable rural development will not look like sustainable urban development. While urban areas can become more efficient by densifying...linking people to mass transit, sustainable rural development will rely on self-sufficiency and decentralization." https://t.co/rbGIH758gt
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On self sufficiency and rural sustainability

Density, density, density and more density. That’s my mantra. Build cities up, not out. Get people out of their cars and connect the masses to public transit. Build affordable housing and ...

On Mar 23, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @karaswisher: Read this while I take Frank the Ford Fiesta out for a trot: https://t.co/kq50GewOdM via @NYTOpinion
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Owning a Car Will Soon Be as Quaint as Owning a Horse

The shift away from private vehicles will happen faster than we think.

On Mar 30, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @AklDesignChamp: Proposed #Auckland #LightRail corridor population (already size of Hamilton & set to grow 30% by 2050), could access a rapid transit system within a 5min walk. This is #SmartCity thinking @PhilTwyford @phil_goff https://t.co/ZTl9SK7MJ0 @The_WCS_SG @DarbyatCouncil
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Auckland smartens up its thinking

A recent Government report explored New Zealand's smart city potential.

On Mar 24, 2019
@macilree shared
RT @GreaterAKL: Mar-19 AT Board Meeting https://t.co/Q8skAQzj5n https://t.co/OD55IFsSyC
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Mar-19 AT Board Meeting

Tomorrow the Auckland Transport board meet again and here are the most interesting bits from

On Mar 27, 2019
@ITF_Forum shared
RT @f_CETMO: Smart Use of Roads, a report that considers the innovative use of existing infrastructure and the adoption of emerging #digital #technologies to optimise the use of #road #capacity https://t.co/OvzT6rbm7J via @ITF_Forum https://t.co/3CL4dQOZQr
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On Mar 26, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Barcelona is in the midst of a regulatory struggle with @Uber & @cabify_espana as it tries to meet the demands of taxi drivers by imposing restrictive rules on #ridehail operation. https://t.co/Xob8zFxLdp
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Ride-hailing wars: Why Uber, Cabify are facing a Spanish backlash

While Barcelona's MWC hyped the latest in transportation tech, scenes on its streets told a different story.

On Apr 19, 2019
@PaulABarter shared
RT @twjpdx23: Don’t wait for perfect transit to remove parking. Ample (and cheap) parking is almost a guarantee that a place will never get good transit. https://t.co/hyl3EO9TI8
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What can we learn from this thriving, car-free German neighborhood? Get rid of parking spaces

In Freiburg, Germany, a neighborhood called Vauban made it unnecessary to own a car–and very difficult to do it even if you wanted to. After 20 years of success, it could be a model for how ...

On Apr 4, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Don't miss the latest issue of the Mobility Hub: #Sharedmobility headlines & SUMC's Ten Key Insights from the #SUMC19 Summit Sessions. https://t.co/d04aGNl4TW
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Mobility Hub Newsletter: April 4, 2019

Transit Dedicated bus lanes, Ridehailing fees, and congestion pricing are all on LA’s dream list to help curb traffic and fund transit. Read more about the city’s plan discussed at the 2019 ...

On Apr 3, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
A new app called RYDES in Germany rewards people for using #carsharing, #bikesharing, & e-scooter services, as well as public #transport w/ rail provider @DB_Info, with points that can be used for #mobility services. https://t.co/Le3cfgaEaA
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Lufthansa Innovation Hub offers rewards via RYDES app

Lufthansa Innovation Hub unveils RYDES mobility application, rewarding consumers for public transport trips as well as intercity services.

On Mar 23, 2019
@SharedUseCntr shared
Portland's new beta trip planner shoots for more #multimodal trips by combining #transit, #bikeshare, #carshare, #ridehail, and walking options. https://t.co/rLCGkAzKfF
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TriMet tests a new trip planner that brings together transit, ridesourcing, carsharing and bikesharing options

TriMet partners with Uber, SHARE NOW and BIKETOWN to give you more options to get around Getting around the Portland metro area gets easier with a new trip planning tool TriMet is testing ...

On Apr 16, 2019
@transportgooru shared
RT @Iwona_Skowronek: The availability of #micromobility services can afford low-income populations living in neighborhoods lacking proper access to the #publictransit system a viable, #lastmile #transit option #MaaS #escooters #multimodal #smartmobility #Sustainability https://t.co/MjjNmukLGT
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Unpacking the social, environmental, and business case for scaling micromobility beyond America’s cities

2018 was the year of the dockless electric scooters. Last year, these motorized two-wheelers became so ubiquitous in American cities that…