This report, a “roadmap,” aims to bring Sweden closer to national implementation of Mobility as a Service measures, with the goal of raising vehicle utilization and increasing mobility as a whole. While Sweden is actively looking to improve and expand its active transportation and public transport facilities, the report realizes that automobiles also play a critical role in Mobility as a Service implementation. This also might affect public transportation,so this report looks to balance each of the measures to achieve the strategic goals.
MaaS Level 4: Integration of Policy & Control
Incentives and instruments (from the public sector) integrated in agreements and the service. The purpose is to steer towards the city’s/public sector’s objectives. Conditions for resale of the public sector’s services.
MasS Level 3: Integration of Agreements
Offer alternatives to car ownership. Subscription or packaged. Responsibility for the entire service. In relation both to customer and transport service provider. Combined payment for all services. Focus on household mobility requirements.
MaaS Level 2: Integration of Booking/Ticket/Payment
Booking of and payment for services integrated in a service/app. No responsibility for the travel services, but for payment. Focus on individual journey A to B.
MaaS Level 1: Integration of Information
The services integrated information level (e.g.; multi-modal travel planners). Users have agreements and relationships with various transport service providers. Separate payment solutions.
MaaS Level 0: No Integration
Separate mobility services. Users have agreements and relationships with various transport service providers. Separate payment solutions.
Adapted according to MaaS level model, Drive Sweeden (2016)
Source: AN ACTIVITY IN THE INNOVATION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM – NEXT GENERATION´S TRAVEL AND TRANSPORT. January 10, 2018. Page 3.
Updated February 2018