On October 1st, the most accomplished mobility and micro-mobility players from all around the world took over the stage at the Micromobility conference in Berlin. Seasoned experts shared valuable insights and real experiences on how to create better mobility experiences. Here, we are listing our seven main takeaways from the conference.
To sum it up, we left the conference with a strong impression that cities want to act now, but that they lack the know-how to orchestrate a holistic approach to mobility. They want to implement policies to regulate the micromobility scene and lead it in the right direction, so that it benefits both businesses and citizens. At the moment, cities need to answer questions such as data sharing, regulation implementation, digitalization, and potential middlemen needed to provide relevant technology. And finally, both cities and MSPs strongly believe that consolidation of operators will happen in cities, either due to economics or regulatory frameworks. May the battle of the streets begin.
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Trafi’s mission is to empower cities with state-of-the-art MaaS solution that helps to tackle their mobility challenges and to achieve ambitious sustainability objectives. Our white-label product offers all the features and components needed to launch your own-branded MaaS service. With more than 50 existing deep integrations to mobility service providers and payment facilitators, we help to reduce risk, cost, and time-to-launch for new services.