building the internet of mobility
The Internet of Mobility is a global digital commons that enables the full benefits of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) – new transport modes, software and information streams – to be locked-in for the public good.
Built on open source and blockchain architecture, this framework will enable MaaS and CAV providers to compete in a transparent market that is truly focused on providing individualised customer-centric services to anyone and everyone.
supporting open and collaborative working
We help people working in the field of voluntary, public and private transportation to work together using open source software, open data standards, and transparency. We connect coders, planners, activists, and policy-makers through a global network. We provide research, advocacy, event organisation and business support services.
Through open source technology, collaborative commercial partnerships, and trusted data systems, our mission is to realise both the pro-social and economic potential of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAV), creating a more resilient, sustainable, and connected world.
setting the standard by example
TravelSpirit flagship projects demonstrate how open source solutions work together to create sustainable and equitable Mobility as a Service. They enable us to demonstrate how projects driven locally can build a future transport system that is a global public resource, open and accessible to all.
transparent and global
Our governance model and decision-making is balanced and inclusive. Following a “think global – act local” approach we are governed by a Global Executive Board, that guides the administration of the organisation, in collaboration with Regional Market Projects Boards, an Affiliate Partner Programme, and individual members.
We’d be very happy to hear from you, to discuss joining the TravelSpirit Community, sharing your thoughts and suggestions, finding more about our services, and working with us to build the open Internet of Mobility.