How we’ve made our solutions accessible to all

Our apps help users of all abilities save money, time and hassle, be more independent and in control when planning their trips. They also point out healthier, more environmentally friendly and cheaper alternatives of travel, e.g. riding a bike, scooter share or public transport.

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.