Resources

  • article 27 September

    Google Maps can now show you where bike sharing stations are and how many bikes they have

    Google Maps is adding support for bike sharing stations in a big way, with the company rolling out a new integration that will offer users information on docked bike sharing services.

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  • article 27 September

    2019: The year of the micro-mobility revolution

    Ito World’s Johan Herrlin shares his thoughts on the trends that will impact mobility in 2019.

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  • News 5 April

    Kicking the UK’s car habit

    We reveal our insights on how data and alternative transport can combat congestion, pollution and private car dependency in cities around the world.

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  • Case studies

    Visualising the value of big data with cap hpi

    The Ito World Design Lab developed a visualisation to help show off how valuable cap hpi’s data is and how they’re using it in new and exciting ways.

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  • Brochure 23 October

    Transit Hub brochure

    A complete system for managing passenger information

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  • article 21 September

    Five key steps to starting a MaaS movement

    It doesn’t take governments, city authorities or academics to tell us our cities are getting increasingly congested and, consequently, trickier to navigate. We are all witness to gridlocked roads, inefficient train timetabling, overcrowded subway systems and backed up buses.

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  • News 14 September

    Ito World Manifesto

    We reveal our insights on how data and alternative transport can combat congestion, pollution and private car dependency in cities around the world.

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  • article 13 September

    Putting data in the driving seat: A manifesto for a change in urban mobility

    For anyone living in one of the world’s mega-cities, or even just any urban environment, the reality of congestion, overloaded transport systems and delays are ever present and all too re

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  • article 13 September

    A Tale of Two Cities: Why MaaS is critical to unlocking the future potential of urban populations

    We recently launched our first ever manifesto looking to the future of urban mobility. It addresses the crucial role Mobility as a Service (MaaS) will have in ensuring increasingly congested and populated world can continue not just to move, but to thrive.

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  • article 31 August

    Analysis: How we can get more people to take the bus

    Is it possible that Londoners are falling out of love with public and sustainable transport?

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  • article 31 August

    It’s good to share: Open data will drive the MaaS revolution

    Quality, real-time data will be critical to making MaaS a reality, says Johan Herrlin, CEO, Ito World.

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  • article 24 August

    What’s driving the transportation revolution?

    We are at the beginning of the next big revolution in transportation.
    In short, transport is undergoing a huge transformation as a result of a new wave of technologies and the rise of Mobility as a Service (MaaS solutions).

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