Based on the experiences and learnings from the Gothenburg pilot project, UbiGo tasked Fluidtime with delivering a comprehensive 3rd generation MaaS solution that meets all the technical requirements of a full-scale MaaS service, helps build a viable business model, and establishes a mature MaaS ecosystem. For the entire duration of the project, Fluidtime provides a project coordinator to ensure results and high quality.
The 3rd generation MaaS service was launched in September 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden. A full rollout is scheduled during 2019.
UbiGo is a Swedish company founded as a result of the Go:Smart project. In 2014 it already introduced the first MaaS service in the city of Gothenburg within a 70-household pilot whose goal was to promote sustainable modes of transport.
“Through the cooperation with Fluidtime, we now have the chance to prove how to run a sustainable MaaS-business.”
Hans ArbyCEO, UbiGo
The mobility app UbiGo combines public transport, car sharing, rental car services and taxi to one intermodal on-demand mobility service. It is based on a flexible monthly subscription with an account that is shared among all members of a household, easy to top up and with the option to save what has not been used to the next month. The user pays all bookings once a month, based on one invoice. The user can choose and combine different ways of mobility offered by multiple transport services, without extra subscriptions on single services, which can be bought separately.
In this project Fluidtime successfully created a MaaS platform and app with a central customer database in the background as well as a CRM with integrated submission-based tariff bundling, whereby all integrated mobility offers are billed via Fluidtime’s platform.