For several years, the mobility sector has been a market that has remained relatively quiet in terms of innovation or disruption, with the only distinction on roads being public and private transport. However, in recent times, there has been visible growth in the concepts of alternate and shared mobility – thanks in part to growing activism and constant media articles on the impact transport-related carbon emissions have on the environment. 

To a society that is increasingly conscious of the danger of rising emissions, mobility as a service (MaaS) – an umbrella term for neo-age shared mobility – serves as an alternative to privately owned transport. This trend is expectedly stronger in urban spaces, as commuters are forced to contend with congested roads daily.

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