Promising results from pilot project on Mobility as a Service (MaaS)


This unique project, organised by the Social and Economic Geography (SEG) research group and Touring, provided participants with a mobility/budget tool and analysed what the effects are on their travel behaviour. Participants received a mobility budget which enabled them to organise and monitor their trips during two and a half months, enabling them to directly notice a certain choice on their mobility budget. Results show that MaaS can (i) reduce car use, (ii) can complement car use, and (iii) is especially interesting for urban residents.