5 steps to building a business case for MaaS

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) provides many opportunities for cities, businesses and consumers alike. The convenience of app-based services is unparalleled, allowing users […]

The New Urban Agenda: can MaaS help?

The United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development represents the most significant global plan ever to respond to pressing […]

MaaS trial at UQ in Brisbane

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.