Mobility as a Service Platforms


Mobility as a Service Platforms Overview

What is Mobility as a Service (MaaS)?

Mobility as a Service (MaaS is an emerging market that provides a centralized platform for users to access and interact with multiple forms of transportation within a city, campus, or other dense environment. Mobility as a Service integrates both public and private mobility services within a given city to provide a user-centric mobility experience. MaaS platforms are most often used by city governments to integrate public and private mobility providers, such as train systems and ridesharing respectively.

Mobility as a Service platforms are designed to be accessible and easy to use for end-users by giving visibility into multiple, or all, available transportation methods from within one interface. They can also manage payment processing from within the interface, for a one-stop-shop experience for users. Mobility provider interactions will be more comprehensive, with integrations across ticketing, invoicing, service planning and scheduling, and demand analytics. These platforms tend to rely heavily on APIs to more easily integrate across dozens of mobility providers.

Benefits of MaaS Platforms

Mobility as a Service software provides benefits both for end users and transportation planners. MaaS systems reduce the number of applications and systems that transportation users have to manage and streamline paying for various mobility services. Transportation planners, such as city planners, gain centralized access to transportation demand and availability data. This data enables more efficient transportation planning and resourcing across public and private mobility providers.

Mobility as a Service Products

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Moovit’s iOS, Android, and Web app guides people in getting around town using any mode of transport. Introduced in 2012 it now boasts over 950 million users in more than 3,200 cities across 112 countries. Moovit is an Intel company (acquired 2020). Moovit amasses up to six billion…


Whim is a Finnish mobility application from MaaS Global in Helsinki, that allows users to book and pay for trips one trip at a time or with a convenient seasonal order. The vendor states Whim has already made more than 16 million trips, and is designed to liberate people from timetables,…


Ubigo, from the company of the same name in Stockholm, offers urban households subscriptions on mobility instead of having to own a car. Public transport, car rental and car sharing, taxi and bikes according to the needs of the user.

Trafi MaaS Suite

The Trafi MaaS Suite, from Trafi in Vilnius, offers cities the possibility to connect all mobility services to one single platform where users can not only check itineraries but also book their tickets and trips.

Reach Now, from moovel

The Reach Now mobility app, from the moovel Group in Berlin, is presented as the construction kit for company-owned mobility benefits.

Moovel, from Strategic Mapping

Moovel, now from Strategic Mapping (acquired from Daimler in 2020) aims to make the experience of taking transit—from planning to payment—feel inviting, simple, and instantaneous. Strategic Mapping, with Moovel, partner with transit agencies to transform the rider experience from…


The BRIDJ demand responsive technology, from Bridj Technology in Fortitude Valley, enables Mass Transit Operators and Public Transport Agencies to deliver shared services. Presented as an all-in-one platform that helps to connect, pool and transport customers more conveniently and…


SkedGo, headquartered in Sydney offers governments, companies and start-ups access to reliable, personalised trip planning, Mobility-as-a-Service platforms and corporate mobility products. The solution presents an API and SDKs, the integration of multi/mixed modal transport services,…

Umo Mobility Platform

The Umo Mobility Platform, from Cubic Transporation Systems in San Diego, is a mobility as a service solution that aims to improve the quality of life for all by optimizing the way people move around their cities and towns, in order to reduce congestion and improve travel time.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do MaaS Platforms do?

MaaS platforms centralize mobility providers’ offerings for end-users onto a single platform for a given city or municipality.

Who uses MaaS software?

MaaS software is usually purchased and managed by city planners or officials. It is also leveraged by mobility providers and end-users.

What are the benefits of MaaS Software?

MaaS software provides easier accessibility for transportation users and more centralized data and management for city planners and mobility providers.