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How far along is MaaS in the Netherlands?
Stadszaken, March 10, 2022
Within the mobility landscape of the Netherlands, we are increasingly talking about Mobility As A Service. This is the emerging service where the traveller can plan, book, and pay for the entire trip through one app. There are already quite a few apps on the market. What added value do they provide for travellers, and what is yet to come?
Interview BNR Mobility
BNR Mobility, April 11, 2022
MaaS platform River aims to remove barriers
Verkeersnet, April 21, 2022
Combining all different modes of transport in an accessible and easy way – that is the goal of the public MaaS platform Rivier. “The doors to the store have been opened” since the beginning of this month, says director Joep Hendriks. “We can facilitate the digital side of the MaaS journey by making it more efficient and removing barriers.”
MaaS in the Netherlands
Intertraffic World, Annual Showcase 2022
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) aims to take stress out of multimodal travel, thereby reducing private car use and increasing transit ridership. Although the idea has been around for 15 years, it’s taken time to catch on. Now the Dutch are determined to make it mainstream, sparking an exciting competition among providers.
MaaS platform River aims to be catalyst
OV Magazine, June 10, 2021
The brand new director of the MaaS platform Rivier, Joep Hendriks, sees Rivier as a catalyst for the development of flexibly shareable modalities. He also refutes criticism on the platform. Rivier will share its technology via open standards with participants in the MaaS pilots, among others.