City of Aarhus – Building a Level 4 MaaS Ecosystem
Fostering the regulatory side of cities
The goal is to render urban and suburban more efficient through the establishment of a MaaS ecosystem which combines public and private transportation services. A further goal is to support collective transport forms, reducing pollution, CO2 emissions and solving congestion problems.
The third generation MaaS solution was introduced in June 2018 in the city of Aarhus. A complete rollout has been in place since mid-2019.
The Aarhus Kommune is the second largest city in Denmark, with a population of more than 1,3 Mio. in the metropolitan region and 400.000+ within the city itself. Statistically, Aarhus is the happiest city in the world.
In short Fluidtime is responsible for the set-up and operation of the MaaS platform, which supports both public and private collective transport providers, namely the operators of public transport, ridesharing services, taxi companies, car sharing, etc. The platform exposes an aggregated interface enabling local Mobility Services Providers to easily setup a MaaS service and deliver their offerings and packages to end users. Moreover, Fluidtime provides intermodal routing functionality, allowing end users to embark on seamless journeys across multiple Transport Service Providers.In this way Fluidtime can better support the project focus on Peer2Peer Carpooling as a supplier for public transport.For the entire duration of the project, Fluidtime provides a project coordinator to ensure results and high quality.
Integration + Standardardization
Transport Service Providers
Public Transport: Mitdtraffik
Ridesharing/Carpooling: GoMore, Zify
Bikesharing: Donkey Republic
Enabling Service Providers
Router: Google Directions
City of Aarhus
The first MaaS platform for the City of Aarhus, enjoying wide adoption, developed by Fluidtime.
Efficient & centralized
An efficient and sustainable centralized mobility system has been created.
First danish demo area
First Danish test- and demonstration area for mobility services and Mobility Service Providers, developed and implemented by Fluidtime.
Successful connection or implementation of transport service interfaces to the client’s system.
Continuation of the project
The Association of Danish Motorists (FDM) is the first mobility service provider to join the project. FDM uses the MaaS ecosystem of the city of Aarhus to provide open access to collective transport services to an even larger target group.
The platform will serve as the basis for a national mobility initiative. Fluidtime will develop a central customer database for the project.