Pittsburgh Mobility Pilot Builds on Transportation Equity Goals
- Date: 05/03/2023
The Move PGH pilot project in Pittsburgh has provided some 1 million scooter trips, with about a third of those…
Transport for NSW is to pilot a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) app in Sydney, Australia, that will enable passengers to plan, book and pay for journeys across both private and public transport services and opt to purchase a prepaid multimodal mobility plan.
It will form part of the NSW government’s Future Transport Technology Roadmap 2021-2024 and follows a year-long project to test a digital version of Transport for NSW’s Opal transit card that will end on 12 December.
“The new trial is expected to give 10,000 users access to a TfNSW app that can be used to plan, book and pay for both public and private modes of transport,” Australia’s IT News reports.
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