Mobility as a Service: An American Perspective
An Interview with Shannon Fain
MaaS Scotland Annual Conference and Dinner: tickets now on sale
Tickets for the conference and dinner are now on sale for members and non-members
Inverurie to become research hotspot for innovation in rural travelling
Researchers are heading to Inverurie in Scotland to explore new transport services for local-residents
Registration now open for a multi-sector trade mission to the Nordics
Explore opportunities for your business on this five-day multi-sector market visit to Norway and Finland
Transport Select Committee releases its latest report on Mobility as a Service
The Transport Select Committee has released its latest report on Mobility as a Service.
Funding available to develop a mobile app to help people with disabilities
SEStran would like to develop an application that will allow people with disabilities (seen and unseen), mobility issues, learning difficulties or degenerative conditions such as dementia to be able to plan their journeys from door-to-door.
SDI to support Scottish companies at MWC Barcelona with Scottish Pavilion
Scottish Development International is pleased to announce that it will be organising a Scottish Pavilion at MWC Barcelona
Neatebox: 'Welcome’ Aboard project to enhance rail travel for people with dementia
'Welcome' Aboard, a new service which aims to improve the rail travel experience for people living with dementia, is among the winners of an innovation competition, run by RSSB, the Rail Safety and Standards Board, as part of the Department for Transport’s work to improve accessibility for all passengers.
Impact of Driverless Vehicles could reclaim over 1,100 hectares of land
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) could lower need for private vehicle-use, allowing cities to reclaim up to 80% of parking space and tackle the spiralling cost of congestion
Scottish Government Commits to £2m MaaS Investment Fund
During the Programme for Government announcement on 4th September 2018, The First Minister announced that the Scottish Government would invest up to £2m to support the testing of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in Scotland.