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Inclusive MaaS - Mobility as a Service for more equal accessibility

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Coordinator Trivector Traffic AB - Trivector Traffic AB, LUND
Funding from Vinnova SEK 500 000
Project duration December 2017 - November 2018
Status Completed
Venture Accessible design

Purpose and goal

In the project, a concept has been formulated for shared mobility services and MaaS for socially disadvantaged areas an "Inclusive MaaS" concept. The project has adopted an intersectional perspective to consider how different preconditions for mobility interact, for example, based on age, gender, socioeconomics and ethnicity. The aim has also been to create the prerequisite for the use of the concept in continuation of this project by establishing cooperation with relevant actors.

Expected results and effects

Preconditions for Inclusive MaaS have been defined in general terms and more specifically for booking and payment methods, costs and price model, vehicle / station location, vehicle type and communication. Implementation of an “Inclusive MaaS” concept in socially disadvantaged areas is intended to alleviate uneven distribution of accessibility between socioeconomically strong and weak groups and contribute to increased participation, inclusion and social capital in socially disadvantaged areas.

Planned approach and implementation

Research has been conducted on the preconditions for mobility and accessibility for residents in socially disadvantaged areas. Rosengård in Malmö has been used as case. Research has also been made of previous experiences of shared mobility services and MaaS with analysis of barriers and opportunities for the implementation of these services in areas such as Rosengård. In a workshop series, the preconditions for the concept "Inclusive MaaS" have been formulated together with relevant actors.

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Last updated 4 January 2019

Reference number 2017-04906

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