Mobility as a Service (MaaS) responds to the changing mobility needs and offers travelers the opportunity to plan, book and pay for a tailor-made trip via a single app. Seven MaaS pilots are running in the Netherlands at the initiative of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. Each of the seven pilots has a different focus on a policy goal, region or target group. Two pilots are being carried out by Arriva.
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BAM Infra Nederland has the ambition to be and remain the most sustainable construction company. Together with partners and clients, BAM achieves its sustainability objectives by offering creative and innovative solutions for the construction site of the future.
Autonomous driving vehicles can ensure the accessibility and quality of life of smaller places via connections between villages and travel hubs. In addition, autonomous transport can also contribute to road safety, the inclusiveness of public mobility and the reduction of emissions.
Shared mobility is increasingly taking off in cities: supply and demand are growing. There is little supply outside the cities, while car dependence is very high. Shared mobility can be a good addition to the current mobility system and can thus reduce car ownership. The main question in this pilot is how a government can also facilitate and stimulate this development outside the cities, especially at hubs, and what is needed for this.
The Hive Mobility Center will be located on Zernike Campus Groningen. Here, Hive.Mobility and its partners will develop, strengthen and promote mobility innovations in a joint location.
Groningen is collaborating with a large number of European regions in the FastTrack project. This is a 'Coordination and Support Action' within the European Horizon program and focuses on cities as climate-proof connected multimodal nodes for smart and clean mobility. New approaches are being sought for demonstrating and testing innovative mobility solutions. FastTrack offers an excellent opportunity to present the Hive.Mobility ecosystem through its founding partner, the municipality of Groningen, to other innovative regions in Europe.
For the accessibility of the municipality of Groningen as a whole and the economic core areas in particular, the roads that connect the municipality with the region, province and the rest of the Netherlands are very important. In order to provide a better insight into the quality of the road network, the municipality developed new accessibility indicators together with partners. These are criteria on the basis of which the quality of the accessibility of the municipality is measured.
The provinces of Groningen and Drenthe, OV-bureau Groningen Drenthe and Publiek Vervoer Groningen Drenthe work together with a large number of parties within the hubs program. This is an initiative to make the hubs in the region even more attractive and to add value through development processes. A hub is a place where you can switch from one mode of transport to another and where you can wait for a little while in a pleasant way.