MaaS Maturity Index
We created the MaaS Maturity Index (MMI) to assess the readiness of metropolitan areas for the implementation of MaaS. Various characteristics which affect the likelihood of a successful MaaS implementation are assessed to determine an aggregate score showing how ready a city is to implement MaaS. The calculator can be used to demonstrate what improvements are needed to make a city ready for MaaS. Scores can be compared across cities, showing where MaaS providers could have the greatest impact.
How it Works
The dimensions and sub-dimensions included in the index were identified through a comprehensive literature review and elicitation with MaaS experts and practitioners. The index is made up of five broad dimensions:
Transport operators openness and data sharing: the extent to which transport operators share data and make API’s available to third parties. This includes whether data and API’s are made ‘open’ and ‘open source’.
Citizen familiarity and willingness: the extent to which citizens lifestyles and behaviour aligns with a MaaS model of transport provision. This includes travel behaviour and use of MaaS related technologies.
Policy, regulation and legislation: the extent to which key policies, regulations and laws which support MaaS are in place. These may be at a city level or a national level.
Transport services and infrastructure: the readiness the current transport system is for MaaS. This includes the variety of modes available, the density of services, the frequency of services and the integration of services.
ICT infrastructure: the penetration of MaaS enabling technologies. This includes internet access and smart ticketing infrastructure.