Coordinated by UITP, IP4MaaS seeks to advance the uptake of MaaS schemes by analysing and testing available MaaS technologies developed under the Innovation Programme 4 (IP4) of the Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking, such as a ticket booking system or a journey planner. Shift2Rail is an initiative aiming to develop one application for the European market that combines all modes and enables passengers to buy one ticket for their entire journey, even when using different transport modes.
IP4MaaS will work closely together with other Shift2Rail initiatives, such as COHESIVE, CONNECTIVE and MaaSive, as it will test the technologies developed in these projects. IP4MaaS’ concepts and solutions will be tested in six different demonstration sites in Barcelona, Athens, Warsaw, Osijek, Liberec, and Padua. The project counts 26 partners from all across Europe and will run until May 2023. IP4Maas project is positioned within the topic S2R-OC-IP4-01-2020 of Horizon 2020, Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking.
Dyvolve Ltd. is a project partner, responsible for supporting implementation of pilot activities across transport systems managed by GPP (public transport operator in the City of Osijek) through transport data integration modelling, technical specification definition, performance and impact assessments, and demonstration execution support.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 under Grant agreement No. 101015492 — IP/ITD/CCA — IP4.
Project partners (in alphabetical order):
- Busup Technologies
- Ethiko kentro Erevnas Kai Technologikis Anaptyxis
- Ferrocarril Metropolita de Barcelona
- FIT Consulting
- FS Technology
- GPP Osijek
- Korid LK
- Miejskie Zaklady Autobusowe SP
- Mosaic Factor
- Municipality of Iraklio Attikis
- Oltis Group
- Organismos Astikon Sygkoinonion Athinon
- Politecnico de Milano
- Social Car
- Synetairismos Radiotaxi Thessalonikis Taxiway Syn
- Tramwaye Warszawskie SP
- Zarzad Transport – Municipality Warsaw
- Zilinska Univerzita v Ziline
Project partners: 26
Pilot regions: 6
Budget: € 2.507 Mio. / including H2020 co-financing: € 1.999 Mio.
Project duration: 01.12.2020 – 30.05.2023