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Project Activities

PRO-MaaS aims to identify drivers, barriers, enablers and challenges for the effective deployment of MaaS and the realization of its expected benefits, building on international best practices while adapting to existing local regulatory frameworks and market conditions. Four project activities will help achieve this goal.

If not managed and regulated properly, MaaS may not necessarily lead to clean, effective mobility services available to everyone. 

Stakeholders involved in public policy regarding mobility – i.e. Cities, Public Transport Agencies, etc. – shall plan ahead for the MaaS opportunity in a concerted and forward-looking manner, so that the innovations associated with this transition can be steered to ensure more societally-desirable outcomes, viable business models and a dynamically evolving mobility ecosystem. 

To do so, going beyond conventional administrative control need to be explored, designed, tested and implemented, in order to attract and benefit from capital and innovations of private sector.

Through four key project activities, PRO-MaaS will provide recommendations and guidance on implementing strategic roadmaps for MaaS based on a thorough analysis of international best practice and lessons learned, along with structured discussion and knowledge-sharing within the consortium partners.

We will provide tools for policy makers to set future mobility strategies and governance models incorporating MaaS. To do so, PRO-MaaS complete the following four project activities.

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