21 October 2021
MaaS comes to Brisbane
Mobility as a service has come to Brisbane with a 12-month trial of the ODIN PASS app underway at The University of Queensland (UQ). The project is co-led by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) and UQ as part of an iMOVE Cooperative Research Centres program.
Open to UQ staff and students, the project is based on an app through which users manage their mobility pass, plan and book multi-modal trips in Sout East Queensland.
Join us as we hear from Dr Maisie Rahbar, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UQ. Maisie will address:
What is MaaS? And why at UQ?
The UQ MaaS Trial – Odin Pass
Micro-mobility at UQ
Dr Maisie Rahbar
Dr Maisie Rahbar is a transport modeller with over eight years of experience in the field of transport modelling and planning. Maisie has been involved in a wide range of multi-disciplinary projects for clients such as state governments, delivery authorities and local councils. She is currently a postdoc research fellow in Emerging Mobility at the University of Queensland. Her areas of interest and expertise are broadly in the area of strategic transport modeling and planning, public transport, statistical modeling, large scale transport data analysis and modeling, and travel behavior modeling.
Date: Thursday 21 Oct 2021
Time: 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Location: Brisbane Square Library Theatrette, 266 George St
Cost: Free for members and non-members
Registrations opening shortly