MaaS Australia

Mobility as a Service brings every kind of transport together into a single intuitive mobile app. It seamlessly combines transport options from different providers, handling everything from travel planning to payments.

What is Mobility as a Service?

Mobility is the freedom to travel from A to B to Z to do the important and enjoyable things in life; catching up with friends and family, working, studying, shopping, helping the kids get to school. There are so many ways to do this: walking, cycling, taking the bus, catching the train, driving, riding as a passenger, taxi, renting a car, carsharing, bikesharing, ridesharing, ridesourcing…. With all of this choice, how do you get what is best for you, particularly if it is not just what you have always done?

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is all about you – providing you with personalised mobility solutions that make use of this wide range of mobility options. Mobility as a Service brings every kind of transport together into a single intuitive mobile app. It seamlessly combines transport options from different providers, handling everything from travel planning to payments.

What does Mobility as a Service Australia do?

Today, Australians and New Zealanders already have a wide range of mobility choices, including some innovative options.  Mobility as a Service (MaaS) takes advantage of this choice and resolves the complexity; offering you a personalised mobility assistant, providing a great customer experience and seamless journeys that use the best mobility choices for you.

Mobility as a Service Australia is here to make MaaS happen and help Australians and New Zealanders gain earlier access to the benefits of MaaS.

MaaS provides travellers with access to the full mobility ecosystem, and so to make MaaS a reality we look forward to working with companies looking to seize the opportunities from digital disruption in transport as well as governments seeking to shape a future of mobility that offers a great customer experience and benefits the whole community.

We are an investor in and contributor to a Mobility as Service pioneer, MaaS Global. Combined with our local market knowledge, this gives us unparalleled insight into the opportunities and challenges of establishing Mobility as a Service in Australia and New Zealand.

Who are the people behind Mobility as a Service Australia?

Hany Eldaly

Managing Director / BD (Co-founder)

Hany Eldaly, Director, Mobility as a Service Australia

Andrew Somers

Head of Strategy and Services (Co-founder)

Andrew Somers, Director, Mobility as a Service Australia

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