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  • NAFTA Milwaukee - bus pic.jpg Milwaukee's bus service offers jobs lifelineA bus-to-jobs project in Milwaukee provides a useful service for low-paid workers. A new report shows the economic impact of potential closure on local employers - and demonstrates the importance of...
  • Dart Rail with passengers.jpg MaaS transit does DallasWhat started five years ago as a mobile ticketing app is evolving towards a full MaaS offering for the US city of Dallas, Texas. Colin Sowman finds out why and how. When it was launched in September...
  • Pivot Power Founders.jpg Pivot Power: 'We need to rethink the EV customer experience'Electric vehicles will increasingly become a key part of the mobility mix but charging infrastructure is currently patchy. Adam Hill talks to Matt Allen of Pivot Power about disruption, horses, slot...
  • Whim - MAIN IMAGE.jpg Helsinki's residents trial MaaS as alternative to private carsWould you give up your own car? Helsinki implemented MaaS late last year and Colin Sowman discovers that the initial reaction has been positive What would it take for you to give up your own car?...
  • RATP control room 2.jpg Keeping people on track is RATP's raison d'etreIn Paris, RATP Group's autonomous Metro Line 1 is carrying 750,000 people a day across the city. Ben Spencer is invited into the control room to take a look at how the system works Paris is...
  • MaaS Atlanta - Chris Tomlinson.jpg MaaS must be seamless and invisible - or forget itMaaS experts from around the world converged on ITS International's MaaS Market Atlanta conference to talk about how MaaS can be implemented in the US. Andrew Bardin Williams had a front row seat....
  • Birmingham - main image.jpg Whim launch in Birmingham: new day dawningMaaS Global's Whim mobility service is expanding with its first launch outside Finland and has chosen the UK's second city as its base. Adam Hill reports from Birmingham. There is a lot of chatter...
  • viennatrain - MAIN PIC.jpg Running on emptyDrivers are an increasingly rare species on Europe's commuter metros as unattended train operation is embraced. David Crawford takes a low-speed tour of the continent's capitals to see what's...
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