Insights on traffic management in the MaaS value chain

Laura Coconea, Vassilis Mizaras, Oktay Türetken, Giulia Dovinola, Paul Grefen

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This paper documents the evolution of traditional Traffic management (focusing on road infrastructure) in multi-stakeholders’ MaaS (“Mobility as a Service”) value chain based on the implementation of the TM2.0 (“cooperation between traffic managers and service providers”) concept; the specific use cases described are coming from MyCorridor project. Although, MaaS offers added value through a single application to provide access to mobility, with a sole payment channel instead of multiple ticketing and payment operations, the optimisation and more efficient use of the city transport system is also pursued, which can be reached through the deployment of seamless multimodal interactive traffic management measures. Moreover, a successful MaaS service brings new business opportunities. Around the world, there are currently various MaaS pilots,
trials and business cases developed and launched. This paper investigates also the evolution of the interactive Traffic management in the MaaS world from the business point of view.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jun 2019
Event13th ITS European Congress - Brainport, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Duration: 3 Jun 20196 Jun 2019


Conference13th ITS European Congress


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