eGovlab - Stockholm University hosted a three-day staff-exchange meeting under the PriMaaS partnership. The Lead Partner – the University of Aveiro, Intermunicipal Community of Coimbra Region, Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, and SEStran joined to discuss sustainable practices of mobility as a service (MaaS).
The first day of the staff-exchange meeting started with the presentation of the eGOVlab activities concerning research and projects conducted on the topic related to innovative citizen-oriented mobility solutions.
On the second day, PriMaaS staff participated in a session for sharing experiences on the implementation of mobility solutions between fixed regular public transport and personalised services, such as taxi or carpooling for low-density areas. PriMaaS PPs CIM-Coimbra and SEStran shared their knowledge and experience on the topic.
The third day was devoted to visiting the ITRL - Integrated Transport Research Lab at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and PPs were able to understand the work done by the research team led by Mia Hesselgren on new mobility technologies and their contribution to a more sustainable, and socially just mobility model. PriMaaS staff joined the collaborative seminar where CIM-Coimbra, LP and a stakeholder from Erfurt PP participated as speakers and shared their work and activities on different solutions for satisfying travellers' needs, such as innovative pricing and fare structures with benefits for both users and companies, group-related Mobility as a Service (MaaS) bundles, and implications of MaaS in urban and rural environments.