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Challenge / Goal

NOTE: This best practice was sourced by the ENTRANCE consortium from publicly-available information.

The Skane region sought to increase accessibility, reduce environmental impact and congestion, through seamlessly connecting buses, trains, taxi, bicycles, scooters, car sharing etc. into one technology platform for its inhabitants. In addition, a polarized approach to mobility had gripped the region with actors advocating the PTA should either operate a private, closed MaaS or open ticketing to free-market competition between multiple providers. Iomob was tasked with creating an optimal plan to win buy-in from all stakeholders and build the Solution.


Iomob developed a technology platform for mobility that enables seamless, multimodal travel over an open network with a large number of mobility service providers (MSPs). This was hailed as a catalyst to improve travel behaviors. Iomob provided its SDK that combines intermodal algorithms, the new transit ticketing system, and integrations of several private mobility services for use within Skanetrafiken’s own transit app. omob deployed the world’s first open MaaS marketplace across an entire region in Southern Sweden. The project partners and suppliers will use Iomob’s MaaS platform with a unique ability to create open mobility markets which can interoperate across regions, and create a reliable and flexible service for consumers.


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Municipalities of Malmo, Lund, and Helsingborg (Sweden)

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