Journal of Transportation Technologies

Journal of Transportation Technologies

ISSN Print: 2160-0473
ISSN Online: 2160-0481
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"Mobility as a Service (MaaS): Challenges of Implementation and Policy Required"
written by Yanying Li, Tom Voege,
published by Journal of Transportation Technologies, Vol.7 No.2, 2017
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[10] How does driving status affect trip patterns among older adults in suburban and rural communities?
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[11] Investigating Maturity Requirements to Operate Mobility as a Service: The Rome Case
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[15] Intelligent mobility and big data for planning, trust, and privacy
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[16] Submitted journal paper presentation: Publishing planned, live and historical public transport data on the Web with the Linked Connections framework
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[17] Mobility as a Service: A Review on Recent development and future envision
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[19] An Ecosystem Innovation Framework: Assessing Mobility as a Service in Budapest
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[20] A feasibility study for mobility as a service in suburban areas
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[21] Power Two-Wheelers as an Element of Sustainable Urban Mobility in Europe
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[22] Are travellers willing to adopt MaaS? Exploring attitudinal and personality factors in the case of Madrid, Spain
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[23] Smart mobilitet i distriktene-Sammenstilling av nasjonal og internasjonal kunnskap
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[26] Mobile Applications and Projects for Sustainable Urban Public Transportation: a Selective Review
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[29] Impact of Data Quality and Target Representation on Predictions for Urban Bus Networks
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[30] Using Big Data from TOTOR ETS to optimise public transport operations
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[31] Recreating a supportive organizational environment
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[34] Understanding the exclusion issues of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS): The potential problems of older travellers' involvement
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[39] Techno-economic analysis of micro-mobility
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[40] Quality Assessment Method for Mobility as a Service
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[44] Making Mobility-as-a-Service
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[45] Emergence of Carsharing Business Models and Sustainability Impacts in Swedish Cities
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[49] Multimodal Mobility Packages–Concepts and Methodological Design Approaches
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[50] Mobilität 4.0 im Tourismus–Entwicklungen, Wirkungen und Herausforderungen aus Destinationsperspektive
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[51] Social Simulation of Mobility as a Service in Closed Communities
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[52] Future Scenarios for Mobility Innovations and Their Impacts in Cities and Transport Models
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[53] A study on users' willingness to accept mobility as a service based on UTAUT model
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[54] Actors' influence on the implementation of MaaS
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[56] Mobility as a Service: Identifying possible socio-technical scenarios in the network of expectations
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[57] A Matching Mechanism with Anticipatory Tolls for Congestion Pricing
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[58] Externa och halvexterna handelsetableringar: En kvalitativ analys av attityder och drivkrafter för planering och utveckling av externhandel i Gävleborgs …
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[59] COVID-19: An opportunity to redesign mobility towards greater sustainability and resilience?
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[60] Innovative Mobility Solutions in Rural Areas With Case Studies
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[61] Potential User Groups of Mobility as a Service in Finland
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[63] Challenges and Implications of Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
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[64] The Future of Mobility as a Service (MaaS): Driving Through the Internet of Mobility (IoM)
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[65] Reprint of: The importance of user perspective in the evolution of MaaS
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[66] Towards a framework for mobility-as-a-service policies
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[67] An overview of current research and developments in urban air mobility–Setting the scene for UAM introduction
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[68] State of Developing Mobility as a Service in the City of Zagreb
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[69] Dreaming of the Travelers' Experience in 2040: Exploring Governance Strategies and Their Consequences for Personal Mobility Systems
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[70] Public policy framework supporting “mobility-as-a-service” implementation
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[71] The Ws of MaaS: Understanding mobility as a service from a literature review
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[72] Exploring Individual Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Mobility as a Service
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[73] Reshaped Urban Mobility
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[74] Управление транспортными потоками в городах
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[76] Mobility and Integration of Public Transport Systems in Latin America
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[77] Questioning Mobility as a Service: Unanticipated societal and governance implications
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[78] Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) from a Transport Operator's Perspective: Opportunities and challenges
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[79] Urban Studies and Planning
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[80] Mobility as a service policy planning, deployments and trials in Taiwan
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[81] Identification of Strategies How Urban Air Mobility Can Improve Existing Public Transport Networks
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[82] Mobility concepts and the impact of changing circumstances: a strategic approach to innovation and market dynamics regarding mobility as a service
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[84] Consuming the million-mile electric car
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[85] An assessment of the business models of MaaS-initiatives and the inequalities in the Dutch transportation system
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[90] Exploring motivational mechanisms behind the intention to adopt mobility as a service (MaaS): Insights from Germany
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[91] Intermediary MaaS Integrators: A case study on hopes and fears
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[92] Prototype business models for Mobility-as-a-Service
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[93] Sustainability Prospects for Autonomous Vehicles: Environmental, Social, and Urban
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[94] Possible Implications of Mobility as a Service in a Mid-sized City: A Case Study of a Utility Company
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[95] One app to rule them all?: Assessing mobility service providers for sustainable private mobility as a service platforms
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[96] Governing Mobility-as-a-Service: Insights from Sweden and Finland
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[98] Sustainability Impacts of Mobility as a Service: A Scoping Study for Technology Assessment
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[99] Mobility as a Service in Nowadays Transportation Schemes: An Approach to Go-Jeks Operational Challenges on its Indonesian Operation.
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[100] The importance of user perspective in the evolution of MaaS
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[103] MaaS in Deutschland
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[107] Transport innovations for elderly people
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[108] Growing Artificial Societies to Support Demand Modelling in Mobility-as-a-Service Solutions
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[109] Mobility as a service for road traffic safety in a high use of motorcycle environment
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[110] Urban transit system based on mobility as a service
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[111] A Framework for Data and Concept Interoperability in Smart Mobility Systems
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[112] Determining Fare Discount Level for MaaS Implementation-Based on Time and Cost Changes
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[113] Various Conceptions of Using Cars in the Present Conditions of Digital Technologies Application
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[114] Pre-study report on sociocultural determinants for innovative rural mobility solutions
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[118] Автомобиль в современном мире
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[119] Analysis of Various Web Data for Visualization of Travel Time and Accessibility
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[120] Mobility services data models for open and inclusive MaaS infrastructures
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[121] Challenges and Potentials for Development of Mobility as a Service: Finnish Public Sector Actor Perspective
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[130] The Mobility as a Service Maturity Index: Preparing the Cities for the Mobility as a Service Era
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[131] Implications for Public Policy
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[137] Exploring Individual Preferences for Mobility as a Service Plans: A Mixed Methods Approach
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[139] Mobility as a Service: comparing developments in Sweden and Finland
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