Challenges for Mobility-as-a-Service

What is the best way to implement MaaS in our cities?

What questions have to be answered to make sharing mobility a success? What values should we uphold? How can society and government support this sector? In this breakout session, we delve into these questions.

Mobility and the platform society
Platforms are getting ever more important in mobility. From e-mobility to mobility-as-a-service and city-logistics, everything needs an app. But what values should we uphold? Who should decide on what? Together with experts, we investigate how to create the best form of shared mobility.

  • Douwe Schmidt – Tada.City
  • Willem Koeman – Amsterdam Economic Board
  • Bram de Jongh – GRIDD
  • Alexander Wissnet – T-systems München
  • Franka Rolvink Couzy – Head Sector Research ABN AMRO bank

Mobility-as-a-Service from a policy perspective
What can society and government do to support sharing mobility? Can we simplify zoning laws? Can we implement tax-incentives? After the break, we’ll discuss what is needed to implement the best form of shared mobility.

  • Ruben Polderman – CTO Office Amsterdam & MRA Smart Mobility
  • Alexander Wissnet – T-systems München
  • Erik de Winter – Cargoroo
  • Debbie Dekkers – CTO office, city of Amsterdam
  • Karina Tiekstra – Mywheels
  • Franka Rolvink Couzy – Head Sector Research ABN AMRO bank
  • Stephanie Geertman – Researcher Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Mede mogelijk gemaakt door

  • Break-outsessie

Dinsdag 18 juni 13.30 - 16.30
Circl, Gustav Mahlerplein 1B, 1082 MS in Amsterdam.

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