Mobility as a Service: Is there a contract(s) specifically for the provision of transit service to certain organization groups?

Local service (also called regular service) includes routes that provide classic transit service, typically with frequent stops and all-day service, transit organizations are struggling to deliver the most effective service with limited resources. Equally important, on-demand service, unlike fixed-route service, involves schedules and routes that dynamically change to meet customer demand.

Contractual Services

Configure service level agreements to be on hold until a call can be made to the customer, the transit industry is increasingly interested in the potential applications and benefits of automation, including safety and operational improvements, cost savings, and new forms of transit service that provide increased mobility, flexibility, and convenience. In brief, contract service revenue is related to providing transit services to third parties on a contractual basis.

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