Coronavirus pandemic could reshape MaaS forever

After a decade of steady uptake, the future of Mobility-as-a-Service has been thrown in turmoil. By Jack Hunsley

Shared mobility across the 2010s has enjoyed an almost unstoppable rise. After decades of automakers ruling the roost, the advent of ride-hailing, carpooling and micromobility showed both commuters and the automotive industry that there are plenty of ways to get around rather than just single occupancy private vehicles. It’s a reality that has birthed huge businesses such as Uber and Lyft which, while growing year-on-year, are yet to prove whether their businesses are financially sustainable. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has only added to these concerns.

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