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MaaS Forum

26 June @ 10:00 - 15:00

Members Only

The next Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Forum will take place 26 June 2024, exploring the ‘building blocks of MaaS’.

Alongside udates from Government and the Future Transport Zones, we’ll be looking at what the key building blocks of a MaaS scheme are and how organisations can get them right. We’ll get views and thoughts from taxi aggregators, legal professionals, API providers and organisations involved in ticketing reform – with a focus on how all these elements can come together to deliver a successful MaaS scheme.

Join us for this important event – exploring how we build MaaS block by block!

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10:00    Welcome and Overview of Day   ITS UK MaaS Forum Officers

The UK MaaS market – what now?

The Government Perspective – Danial Naqvi, Senior Policy Advisor, Systems & Strategies, Future Transport Systems & Environment, Department for Transport

Update from the FTZs including the following:

Steven Longman, Solent Transport (invited)

James Bullen, West Midlands Combined Authority

Jorgen Pedersen, Derby and Nottingham

Oliver Coltman, West of England Combined Authority

Panel discussion with the FTZs

The Building Blocks of MaaS

The role of taxi aggregators – Daniel Price, Jyrney & Andrea Phillips, CMAC

Getting the APIs and SDKs right – Farzad Sani, Google

The legal aspects  –  Amardeep Gill, partner at Trowers & Hamlins & Stephen Johns, Weightmans

National Parking Platform: A route to MaaS – Jon Allan, Department for Transport

Panel with all the above

3.00pm    Final remarks and Close

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Danial Naqvi, Senior Policy Advisor
Department for Transport

Danial Naqvi is a Senior Policy Advisor working on future transport systems at the Department for Transport.

He focuses on cross-cutting policy issues such as mobility-as-service as well as working on projects in the international vehicle standards and connected and automated vehicles space. Previously, Danial worked in academia researching global digital and sustainable transport infrastructures.

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26 June
10:00 - 15:00
Members Only


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Birmingham, B3 3AY United Kingdom
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