In Turin, General Motors employees test the MaaS: bikes, scooters, taxi sharing and buses in a single service.





In Turin, General Motors employees test the MaaS: bikes, scooters, taxi sharing and buses in a single service.



In Turin, General Motors employees test the MaaS: bikes, scooters, taxi sharing and buses in a single service. The councilor for transport: We want to reduce the use of private cars but above all the number of those parked. It will be the employees of the Turin branch of General Motors to test the MaaS (Mobility as a Service), a platform that will integrate the different services to move around the city (from local public transport, to We Taxi, from scooter to bike sharing). Through an app, you can, therefore, choose the fastest and cheapest way to move from home to work and in other places. "We want to reduce the use of private cars - said the city councilor - but above all the number of those parked, occupying space polluting it, and not serving". From December - until February - General Motors employees will be able to access the platform: at the end of the first phase, those who will have held the most sustainable travel behavior - for example using bike sharing - will receive incentive vouchers for the use of the application. In our headquarters - said Federico Galliano, GM's Mobility Manager - we installed racks in monitored areas and showers to allow cooling off to those who reach the workplace by bike.