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Mobility as a Service (MaaS): a digital roadmap for public transport authorities

Abstract : This new CERRE Mobility report, with its core themes of decarbonisation and digitalisation, explains that the use of new technology alone will not be enough to achieve the Commission’s decarbonisation and digitalisation goals and that adopting broad new regulations will be necessary. On 9 December 2020, the European Commission issued a communication for “a strategy towards sustainable and smart mobility”, which foresees a 90% cut in emissions by 2050 as a result of smart and sustainable mobility in Europe. Mobility for those in urban areas is important, both from the perspective of the climate neutrality target and in the context of the digital revolution. Authors Yves Crozet and Jean Coldefy argue that MaaS sits at the crossroads of the digital revolution and the transition to carbon neutrality. The report provides a digital roadmap for organising mobility authorities (OMAs).
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Yves Crozet, Jean Coldefy. Mobility as a Service (MaaS): a digital roadmap for public transport authorities. [Research Report] CERRE. 2021, pp.62. ⟨halshs-03169744⟩

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