The University of Aveiro, the lead partner of the PriMaaS project, sought advice from other regions on how to co-create Mobility as a Service (MaaS) packages with the private sector and other stakeholders. In particular, we required advice on financing and compensation mechanisms, regional policy frameworks, monitoring and encouraging behaviour change, how to adapt Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) for MaaS, and how to ensure MaaS is truly sustainable.

The matchmaking was held in Thessaloniki, following the workshop on ‘Behaviour change and participator processes for sustainable mobility.

Please see in our library the conclusions and presentations of this event