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[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”normal”][vc_column_text]The KOMPIS framework evaluates and assesses the impacts of MaaS pilots according to the ecological, economic and social dimensions of sustainability. The framework assesses these impacts according to the interplay between mobility services and everyday travel behaviour.


  • Everyday travel refers to trips to/from the workplace, to/from school, shopping trips, to/from leisure activities etc. but not international travel.


  • Ecological impacts include effects on the environment in the form of, for example, energy use, air pollution and emissions (e.g. CO, CO2) and land use (e.g. for parking infrastructure).


  • Economic impacts include, for example, individuals’ and household travel costs, relevant aspects of MaaS business models, and transportation costs at the societal level.


  • Social impacts include effects that influence, for example, perceived access to the transport system, perceived access to places, activities and functions (such as work, school, healthcare, etc.) and effects on human health.


These effects are evaluated at the level of individual travellers, organisations and at a societal level.


  • The traveller level includes those individuals and/or households who become customers of and/or use MaaS services.


  • The organisational level includes organisations and companies that mediate and/or deliver MaaS services (MaaS operators and transport service providers). This includes public and private organisations.


  • The societal level includes an evaluation of the accumulated impacts measured at the traveller and organisational levels, modelled at the city, regional or national level.


Are you curious to learn more about the models that underpin the KOMPIS framework and how different framework elements interact? More information can be found in the framework material.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]