Jana Sochor
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Implementing mobility as a service: challenges in integrating user, commercial, and societal perspectives
J Sochor, H Strömberg, ICMA Karlsson
Transportation research record 2536 (1), 1-9, 2015
Trying out mobility as a service: Experiences from a field trial and implications for understanding demand
J Sochor, ICMA Karlsson, H Strömberg
Transportation Research Record 2542 (1), 57-64, 2016
Developing the ‘Service’in Mobility as a Service: experiences from a field trial of an innovative travel brokerage
ICMA Karlsson, J Sochor, H Strömberg
Transportation Research Procedia 14, 3265-3273, 2016
Mobility as a Service: Development scenarios and implications for public transport
G Smith, J Sochor, ICMA Karlsson
Research in Transportation Economics 69, 592-599, 2018
A topological approach to Mobility as a Service: A proposed tool for understanding requirements and effects, and for aiding the integration of societal goals
J Sochor, H Arby, ICMA Karlsson, S Sarasini
Research in Transportation Business & Management 27, 3-14, 2018
Trying on change–Trialability as a change moderator for sustainable travel behaviour
H Strömberg, O Rexfelt, ICMA Karlsson, J Sochor
Travel Behaviour and Society 4, 60-68, 2016
Mobility as a service: Comparing developments in Sweden and Finland
G Smith, J Sochor, S Sarasini
Research in Transportation Business & Management 27, 36-45, 2018
Travelers’ motives for adopting a new, innovative travel service: insights from the UbiGo field operational test in Gothenburg, Sweden
JL Sochor, H Strömberg, M Karlsson
21st World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Detroit, September 7 …, 2014
Deliverable 3: Business and operator models for MaaS. MAASiFiE project funded by CEDR.
D König, J Eckhardt, A Aapaoja, JL Sochor, MA Karlsson
Submitted to: CEDR Conference of European Directors of Roads, 2016
Public–private innovation: barriers in the case of mobility as a service in West Sweden
G Smith, J Sochor, ICMA Karlsson
Public Management Review 21 (1), 116-137, 2019
An innovative mobility service to facilitate changes in travel behavior and mode choice
JL Sochor, H Strömberg, MA Karlsson
22nd World Congress on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Bordeaux, October …, 2015
Development and implementation of Mobility-as-a-Service–A qualitative study of barriers and enabling factors
ICM Karlsson, D Mukhtar-Landgren, G Smith, T Koglin, A Kronsell, E Lund, ...
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 131, 283-295, 2020
Creating appropriate trust in automated vehicle systems: A framework for HMI design
F Ekman, M Johansson, J Sochor
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 48 (1), 95-101, 2017
Deliverable 4: Impact Assessment
M Karlsson, J Sochor, A Aapaoja, J Eckhardt, D König
MAASiFiE project funded by CEDR, 2017
Inviting travelers to the smorgasbord of sustainable urban transport: evidence from a MaaS field trial
H Strömberg, ICMA Karlsson, J Sochor
Transportation 45 (6), 1655-1670, 2018
Mobility as a Service: Implications for future mainstream public transport
G Smith, J Sochor, MA Karlssona
What characterises a sustainable MaaS business model
S Sarasini, J Sochor, H Arby
1st international conference on Mobility as a Service (ICOMaaS), Tampere, 28-29, 2017
MaaS service combinations for different geographical areas
A Aapaoja, J Eckhardt, L Nykänen, J Sochor
24th world congress on intelligent transportation systems 29, 8, 2017
Creating appropriate trust for autonomous vehicle systems: A framework for HMI Design
F Ekman, M Johansson, J Sochor
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
Governing mobility-as-a-service: Insights from Sweden and Finland
G Smith, S Sarasini, ICMA Karlsson, D Mukhtar-Landgren, J Sochor
The Governance of Smart Transportation Systems, 169-188, 2019
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