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Governing strategies for MaaS in Nordic Cities

In recent discussions and research on Mobility as a Service (MaaS), the role of public sector actors in securing societal aims and objectives has gained increased attention. In the Nordic countries, governments at national level and regional levels have come to apply quite different policy strategies.

Time: Tue 2019-03-26 08.30 - 09.30

Location: ITRL, Drottning Kristinas Väg 40 Stockholm, Sweden

Participating: Kelsey Oldbury (VTI), Jacob Witzell (KTH), Karolina Isaksson (VTI)

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At this breakfast seminar, we will provide an overview of current developments in the governance of MaaS by looking at the approaches taken by public transport authorities across six Nordic city regions, and in the cases of Helsinki and Stockholm draw out more in-depth insights in terms of national and local measures to develop MaaS. We also highlight some key governance aspects of importance in terms of whether MaaS is to contribute to sustainable accessibility and mobility.


Kelsey Oldbury, Ph.D. student at VTI, KTH and K2, currently studying the development of smart mobility services in Stockholm, Sweden

Jacob Witzell, Ph.D. student at VTI and KTH, currently studying Swedish national transport planning and policy in relation to climate mitigation and digitalization. Connected to the Mistra Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility Services (SAMS) program. 

Karolina Isaksson, senior research leader at VTI and associate professor at KTH. Connected to the Mistra Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility Services (SAMS) program.

The event is free of charge but you must register to participate. Please register by 22nd of March.
Vegetarian breakfast will be served.