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Mobility-as-a-Service: A Critical Review and the Generalized Multi-modal Transport Experience

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Considering MaaS still lacks a widely accepted definition, several pilots were launched without a solid reference, which has given rise to an unclear situation in market. This paper aims to help researchers and stakeholders to have an overall comprehension of MaaS and grasp a critical review on present concept by analysing the generalized multi-modal transport experience, service offerings of MaaS pilots and the knowledge raise by researchers and academic organizations, and then to summarize an generalized user experience map base on Multi-Level Service Design (MSD) model to narrow down the concept boundary and support further User-centred Design related researches.

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  • Mobility-as-a-Service
  • Urban transport
  • Service design

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Appendices

Appendix 1. Key Elements and Logics of MaaS MSD

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Appendix 2. Decomposition of Customer Activities for Different Levels of MaaS User Experience

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Li, Y., May, A., Cook, S. (2019). Mobility-as-a-Service: A Critical Review and the Generalized Multi-modal Transport Experience. In: Rau, PL. (eds) Cross-Cultural Design. Culture and Society. HCII 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 11577. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22580-3_15

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