‘Mobility As A Service’ Concept Promises To Revolutionize Transport Accessibility

The advantages of MaaS relate to these exact same accessibility principles of universal design but the secret sauce lies in the granularity of the choices MaaS places at the user’s fingertips.

Wheelchair routing is available where users can receive pertinent real-time information such as notifications on lift outages.

Those with ambulatory impairments might also choose a slower walking speed to manage transfers but such an option can also favor anyone simply seeking a more relaxed journey.

The confluence of conveniences borne out of MaaS cutting across different population segments is further elegantly illustrated by Sandra Witzel, CMO of SkedGo, a Mobility as a Service technology platform offering tailored MaaS solutions and white label services to governments, corporations and startups in over 500 cities globally.