After the successful MaaS trial in Sydney in 2019, Mobility as a Service is now coming to Brisbane. The 12-month trial of the ODIN PASS app will allow University of Queensland (UQ) students and staff to plan, book and pay for multi-modal trips all in one app.
The project is co-led by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) and UQ as part of an iMOVE Cooperative Research Centres program, with technology provided by … us!
The project aims include understanding the appeal of different transport plans and bundles, testing whether MaaS can influence travel choices and behaviour, and exploring sustainable business models for MaaS.
The MaaS trial will include a range of transport options, including TransLink public transport, taxis, rideshare, car-share, e-scooters and e-bikes.
ODIN Pass promotional video on https://odinpass.com.au
- Brisbane transport pass trial paying for all trips with a single app | 7NEWS
- UQ, Qld govt to trial multi-modal app and subscription service for a year | ITnews
- Queensland trials Mobility as a Service | GovernmentNews
- App trial at UQ to put transport options in the palm of your hand | UQ News
- ODIN PASS project official website
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