There’s not yet a fully operable MaaS system in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. There are a lot of different mobility parties in our region and to ensure a level playing field, the government will play an important role in setting up standards and uniform preconditions. Besides the big amount of private parties, there are also a lot of (local) governments that have a say in the development of MaaS systems.
In some European cities, the situation is different. What are their success factors? How did they convince private parties to share data to set up a MaaS system? How did governments reached an agreement on this? Which steps are the most difficult to implement? How are decisions for further development made?
Time to expand our horizon and learn from international best practices! During this session, Amsterdam Smart City, together with the Province of North-Holland and Datalab Amsterdam, are looking for answers and best practices from an international audience.
About the Data Dilemmas series
Mobility as a Service solutions show us that possibilities of using data and new technologies to address mobility challenges are endless. We use the data to make cities safer, cleaner and more accessible. But do we really need the data in all cases? What happens to all the data that is collected? Which choices did people make and why? Which dilemmas can be encountered? These questions are important for everyone; for governments, knowledge institutions, residents and companies. Amsterdam Smart City likes to explore with you which decisions are needed for responsible use of data. Data Dilemmas is a collaboration between Amsterdam Smart City and the City of Amsterdam’s Datalab.