Interpretative flexibility and conflicts in the emergence of Mobility as a Service: Finnish public sector actor perspectives

  title={Interpretative flexibility and conflicts in the emergence of Mobility as a Service: Finnish public sector actor perspectives},
  author={Milo{\vs} N. Mladenovi{\'c} and Noora Haavisto},
  journal={Case studies on transport policy},
Abstract Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) is still largely under development, with high uncertainties of its societal implications. This development is happening across sectoral, multi-layered, and multi-actor networks. Previous case studies on understanding networked governance of MaaS inform us that there is a range of challenges in the current institutional arrangements, lack of shared MaaS vision, divergent interests, and even conflicts over roles and responsibilities. These case studies have… Expand
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