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Assessing MaaS governance & policies

State of the art and analysis of new governance and regulation model

Our objectives

We will map existing MaaS regulatory policies and governance models being developed in Europe and, more specifically, in the partner cities. We will also identify the economic, political and social variables that influence MaaS regulatory policies and governance models at local level through public consultation events with key stakeholders (take place in our co-design activity). Finally, we will analyse the barriers of emerging technologies introduction and the enablers of achieving better balance and effective cooperation between all stakeholders in the mobility ecosystem and resilient governance. The output of this activity will feed into our co-design and scenario planning activities. We will achieve our objective through two main tasks:

 
Task 1 – Analysis of best practices and leading initiatives in regulatory policies and governance models

This task will provide detailed and comprehensive insights on existing MaaS regulatory policies and governance models. A preliminary review of regulatory policies and governance models will be conducted through other projects linked to PRO-MaaS (e.g., MaaS4EU, GECKO, and IMOVE). A further in-depth analysis will investigate the economic, political and social variables that influence MaaS regulatory policies and governance models, and compare different regulatory schemes to derive future prospect of deployment of emerging solutions on MaaS, with evidence-based case studies for the ProMaaS cities.

Deliverable

Report on the analysis of existing regulatory policies and governance models related to MaaS. This deliverable will also outline the set-up of knowledge bank of WP2. (30 Jun 2020)

 
Task 2 – Set up a scoreboard and application to partner cities

This task will set up a scoreboard to visualise the level of compliance towards MaaS under a given governance scheme – i.e. how well prepared a given regulatory framework is – in order to anticipate decision making within an easily accessible assessment framework (the UCL MaaSLab’s MaaS Maturity Index will be used as a basis to design the scoreboard). This scoreboard will be applied (and refine/iterate, where needed) to PROMaaS partner cities. It will enable decision makers to enhance soundness of their decisions by identifying regulatory priorities, suitableness, and actions. In addition, T2.2 will analyse the barriers of MaaS introduction and the enablers of achieving better balance and effective cooperation between all stakeholders in the mobility ecosystem and resilient governance. In this way, the public sector can better accommodate for Maas without the neglect of environmental, social economic and policy implications. Stakeholders will be engaged for the set-up and refinement of regulatory assessment scoreboard and for the application to partner cities.

Deliverable

In-progress report on regulatory assessment scoreboard and the analysis of partner cities (31 Dec 2020 )

Contact

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