Webinar: Opportunities in Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

Date: Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Location: Online, 1:00pm AEST
Organiser: Austroads
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This webinar will give you an overview of the concept of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and the opportunities it presents for transport agencies in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).

Mobility as a Service refers to the shift from personally-owned transport modes to mobility solutions that are consumed as a service. This project explored industry definitions, service characteristics, global best practice, and ways ANZ transport agencies are harnessing the risks and opportunities associated with MaaS.

You’ll learn about:

  • why there is no single definition of MaaS
  • international and local transport agency experience in MaaS initiatives
  • common features of the mobility and service environments that support MaaS
  • potential roles for the public sector in supporting MaaS outcomes.

The webinar will be beneficial if you want to understand the concept and origins of MaaS, and the opportunities it presents for transport agencies to deliver on their mobility goals in Australia and New Zealand.

Join in a live Q&A with our presenter to have your questions answered.

Presented by Mary Haverland and Pete Davis

Mary Haverland is a Technical Executive in Transport Advisory and Planning at WSP and joint author of the Austroads ‘Opportunities in Mobility as a Service (Maas)’ report. With dual qualifications in Civil Engineering and Town Planning, Mary has over 20 years experience in delivering a wide range of strategic transport services for the public and private sector in Australia and internationally.

Pete Davis is a Transport Planner in the Transport Advisory and Planning team at WSP and also a joint author of the Austroads ‘Opportunities in Mobility as a Service (MaaS)’ report. In his 3 years in the industry, Pete has gained public and private sector experience in Queensland and New South Wales across a diverse range of areas including public and active transport planning, policy, strategy and transport research.

No charge but registration is essential. 

Can’t make the live session? Register and we’ll send you a link to the recording.

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