Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is an emerging mobility solution that has the potential to change mobility landscape of Indian cities. I am confident that this toolkit developed under the Indo-German Green Urban Mobility Partnership (GUMP), will act as guiding framework for Indian cities looking to implement such solutions and provide the necessary support in setting up strong institutional processes to realise MaaS. I look forward to the increased scope for integration that this toolkit will provide to flagship initiatives such as the Digital India Mission and Smart Cities Mission by developing a conducive ecosystem for promoting data-driven innovative mobility solutions.Shri Hardeep Singh Puri
MoHUA is implementing various urban transport projects with focus on multi modal integration across all public transit modes. These projects are generating huge amount of mobility data which can be institutionalized and analyzed to derive meaningful insights for city administrators. Concepts like ‘Mobility as a Service’ have potential to build on these datasets and provide commuters with an integrated and seamless journey experience. This toolkit will help Indian cities and authorities in developing understanding of the complexities associated with MaaS projects and it will serve as a knowledge repository on various aspects related to this.Shri Durga Shanker Mishra
Urban mobility in Indian cities is often characterized by traffic congestion, road fatalities, and challenges related to environmental pollution. With introduction of digital innovations like MaaS, there could be a potential to influence travel behavior towards choosing more sustainable modes. Through introduction of MaaS, transport service providers can offer seamless transport services to the users via an integrated trip planning, booking and payment platform. I congratulate GIZ for developing this guiding framework and I am optimistic that cities would utilize the resources developed as part of this toolkit and adopt the proposed implementation framework while taking up MaaS projects in future.Shri Jaideep
For Germany, India is one of the most important global partners. India, being the biggest democracy and soon the most-populous country of the world, is crucial when it comes to tackle climate change and achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Mobility-as-a-service toolkit illustrates the results the Indo-German Green Urban Mobility Partnership (GUMP) can achieve in this respect. The toolkit will support Indian cities to find innovative digital solutions to make their urban transport sector more sustainable. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) will continue to support ambitious Indian reform policies to achieve climate goals and related SDGs.Mr Philipp Knill
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is an emerging smart mobility solution that facilitates integration of various modes of transport in a city using a single booking and payment platform. With multimodal transport system in a city, MaaS provides an efficient solution through offering a seamless travel using multiple modes of transport. The data sharing and bundling of transit modes together are the key success factors of MaaS.
GIZ India as a part of the SMART-SUT Project has been conducting a study titled “Creating Framework for Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in Indian Cities” that aims to identify measures which are required for developing such a solution. An important aspect of the study is to develop capacity building program, for which a web-based toolkit has been developed. This toolkit is aimed to assist the government officials, industry stakeholders, policy makers, consultants, and academicians in understanding the challenges and opportunities associated with MaaS implementation in India.
The knowledge platform would act as a ready reckoner toolkit for agencies planning to implement MaaS in their respective jurisdiction. The knowledge material on the platform would assist various government organizations, public authorities and development professionals in India to assess, enable, plan, design, invest and implement a sustainable MaaS framework in diverse urban contexts.
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