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MOMENTUM: a project on "Modelling Emerging Transport Solutions for Urban Mobility"

Disruptive technologies and emerging mobility solutions are bringing radical changes to urban mobility. Cities need new tools and methods to capture the impact of new transport options on the urban mobility ecosystem.

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GECKO reviews new mobility services & technologies

GECKO has grouped new mobility services and technologies into four categories:connected, cooperative and automated mobility; infrastructure, network and traffic management; MaaS and MaaS platforms; shared on-demand mobility.

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Stakeholders are key to the GECKO Project

A diversified range of stakeholders from the public and private sector have expressed interest in participating to the GECKO Stakeholder Group. Over the next two years, they will engage in an open exchange on the challenges and opportunities created by new mobility solutions.

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How do authorities in Europe face disruptive technologies?

Users travel with one payment via a simple app through half of Europe, while others are being driven by their autonomous car or shot with 1000km/h through a vacuum metal tube. Futuristic mobility scenarios such as “Mobility as a Service”, autonomous vehicles, or the Hyperloop are in their infancy, while policy-makers are dealing with very real challenges such as congestion in urban areas.

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Ghent launches the Replicator City Programme for TMaaS

Cities without an established traffic control/mobility management centre may be interested in TMaaS, developed by the Belgian city of Ghent. The essence of TMaaS is an online platform offering local government and citizens an efficient and multimodal view of what is happening in a city in real-time.

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The role of the public sector in governing MaaS

The metropolitan transport authority association EMTA has published a paper on the governance of MaaS "A perspective on MaaS from Europe‘s Transport Authorities"

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