Introducing SkedGo: the global mobility as a service (MaaS) platform provider creating MaaS apps for public transport authorities, governments, corporations and startups. SkedGo helps to make transport and travel more accessible, inclusive, comfortable, and cost-effective with personalised trip planning, journey management and ticket purchases.
Mobility-as-a-service can provide your employees, citizens, and tourists with all available transport and active travel options in one convenient app so they can easily access mixed and multi-modal trip planning and payment capabilities right from a mobile device.
SkedGo takes a look at the ongoing issues associated with accessible transport, and explores how it can be improved.
API, SDK or White Label? SkedGo provides you with the insight you need to take the next step towards creating your MaaS application.
Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) technology provider SkedGo has announced its support for the Leicester Buses Partnership.
SkedGo discusses the role that MaaS has to play in making transport resources more accessible for people with reduced mobility.
World Tourism Day this year is focused on "Rethinking Tourism", specifically how tourism can be more sustainable, inclusive and resilient.
SkedGo discusses why MaaS has an important role to play in helping to create a better world of mobility for future generations to come.
For the second time, SkedGo takes a top title in the Future Digital Awards for Smart Cities and IoT Innovation and wins ‘Best MaaS Platform.’
Rural transport is not without its complexities, but could Mobility as a Service (MaaS) be adapted to rural regions and, if so, what might this look like?
MaaS can play a part in addressing some of the bigger societal issues set out by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
MaaS provider SkedGo will collaborate with Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) to help ease city congestion and encourage public transport use.
Germany is one of Europes’s most important transport hubs, making it an interesting candidate for Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
SkedGo believes that mobility as a service can change the face of mobility for the better and ultimately do public good.
SkedGo looks at how mobility as a service (MaaS) may be able to support local governments in building a more resilient transport system.
What if we could unlock more transport solutions that focus on the greater good? SkedGo discusses how public purpose technology may be the answer.
Alongside reducing single-occupancy car use, MaaS can form an important part of any toolkit to tackle transport poverty.
SkedGo looks at where the 15-minute city model is gaining momentum and the role that Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) has to play.
As cities become more crowded, the 15-minute city has great potential to change the way we live and our relationship with transport.
Here, SkedGo explores whether personalised incentives as part of the MaaS solution could help cities to reduce carbon emissions.
Micromobility and MaaS are a winning combination, however, mobility operators need to pay attention to making their services both accessible and equitable.
SkedGo explains how MaaS data can offer local governments a treasure trove of information on how their citizens travel throughout the city.
SkedGo has announced winning contracts for three new MaaS projects from Feonix – Mobility Rising for the states of Nevada, Michigan, and Minnesota.
SkedGo highlight the ways in which MaaS can help to solve travel and transport problems for individuals, organisations and governments.
SkedGo is increasing its routing algorithm across Germany, enabling governments, corporations and start-ups to build countrywide MaaS solutions.
MaaS (mobility-as-a-service) is possibly the ultimate channel to personalise both user and transport provider experience.
MaaS apps can improve traffic management in several ways for both public transit authorities and transport operators.
Safety, health and security rightly remain high on the agenda – and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has an important role to play.
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