Transport Committee

Mobility as a Service inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Oral evidence concluded; Report in preparation.

Scope of the inquiry

The Transport Committee calls for written evidence addressing one or more of the following terms of reference:

  • Global evidence to date on the effectiveness of integrated, multi-mode MaaS apps in relation to:
    • boosting the efficiency of urban public transport systems; and
    • managing demand for road use in cities; reducing road congestion; and improving air quality;
  • Overcoming the barriers to implementation of integrated, multi-mode MaaS apps in UK cities, including:
    • current powers, capabilities and resources of local and regional transport authorities;
    • current commissioning models, including the rail franchising system; and
    • transport providers' unwillingness to share data, customers and revenue (including car hire companies; innovators in autonomous vehicles; rail, metro, and bus operators; cycle hire schemes; car clubs; and others)
See the full terms of reference: Mobility as a Service

Latest evidence

  • 11 Jun 2018 - Mobility as a Service - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF227 KB) HC 590 | Published 14 Jun 2018

    Evidence given by Jesse Norman MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Department for Transport

  • 14 May 2018 - Mobility as a Service - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF317 KB) HC 590 | Published 17 May 2018

    Evidence given by Crispin Humm MBE, Head of Customer Journey, Rail Delivery Group, Catherine Hutt, Mobility Programme Manager, Addison Lee, Stéphanie Rivet, Chief Digital Officer, Stagecoach Group, and Julian Scriven, Managing Director, Nextbike UK; Chris Lane, Head of Transport Innovation, Transport for the West Midlands, Shashi Verma, Chief Technology Officer & Director of Customer Experience, Transport for London, and Simon Warburton, Transport Strategy Director, Transport for Greater Manchester (at 5.45pm).

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