The Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport’s Metropolitan Area Transportation Committee said on Sunday that it would promote establishing a transfer center that would connect future means of mobility such as urban air mobility (UAM), self-driving cars, and personal mobility (PM), as well as railways and buses.
The committee will collect ideas publicly for pilot projects for a “future transfer center” (mobility-as-a-service station) for local governments starting Monday.
The committee decided to build the transfer center to make it easy for people to use seamless transfers in line with the commercialization of future means of mobility such as UAM and autonomous cars.
The finalists for the pilot project will be announced at the end of March next year. What local governments need to do is submit a basic plan including the scale of business in reflection of local conditions, types of connected mobility, transport facility layout plans, as well as financing plans.