Policy recommendations to improve integrated transportation service for Korean smart mobility
MaaS(Mobility as a Service) platform application plan
Smart mobility is the most important part to build a smart city. This is because the city's population growth continues to intensify traffic congestion, and traffic infrastructure such as roads occupies large parts of the cities, making it difficult to realize a citizen-centric city.
This capstone project aims to study a plan to apply the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Platform in Korea's smart mobility policies. First, to understand the status quo, Sejong's MaaS application plan was reviewed among domestic smart mobility policies. Second, in the literature review part, technical terms such as Smart Mobility, MaaS, innovation ecosystem, and data economy were defined, and domestic policy measures were suggested through the analysis of MaaS application cases in Finland and Singapore.
Compared to other countries, Korea is well-equipped with ICT infrastructure, and people adapt quickly to new technologies, making it suitable for applying Smart Mobility services. However, without a deep understanding of the domestic situation, it is not easy to apply the overseas MaaS model directly to Korea. To provide a sustainable Smart Mobility service, it is necessary to define a smart mobility strategy in Korea, build a mobility ecosystem, and increase data utilization to build a Korean-style MaaS platform model.
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