Hosts

ITS South Africa

ITS South Africa

Operating as industry representative body since 2001, ITSSA combines its 500-odd members from the public and the private sector into the premier network to promote ITS knowledge-sharing, build capacity and support skills transfer, lobby with stakeholders to develop ITS-related policies and procedures and to create opportunities where buyers and sellers can mutually benefit.

For more information about the Intelligent Transport Society South Africa, contact paul@itssa.org

www.itssa.org

UATP

UATP – Africa Association of Public Transport

UATP gathers professionals in the field of public transport of persons and goods, by road, rail and water in Sub-Saharan Africa. It was established  on 15 November 2002 in Lomé (Togo), the association’s registered office is in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

Download: UATP Brochure

Supporting Bodies

ITS-AFRICA

ITS Africa Working Group

Africa is experiencing big investments in infrastructure and especially public transport projects and is also a fast-growing market for ITS deployment. To support ITS deployment in Africa and to help build capacity and encourage a coordinated enabling environment, ITS Africa was established by its three Founding Members of ITS Ethiopia, ITS Nigeria and ITS South Africa. Its core strategy is to help establish National ITS Associations in fellow Africa countries.

ITS-AFRICA

Maas Africa

Mobility as a Service  (MaaS) is the integration of various forms of transport services into a single mobility service accessible on demand. To meet a customer’s request, a MaaS operator  facilitates a diverse menu of transport options, provides value through use of a single application to provide access to mobility, with a single payment channel instead of multiple ticketing and payment operations. 

Integrated with smart mobility and public transport, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) can provide efficient transport services.  

MaaS, however, will manifest differently depending on many factors and will manifest differently in other regions of the world. While MaaS offers a new and powerful  way of conceptualising mobility,

Its application in Africa needs to adapt to country-specific conditions and requirements. Africa has its own unique intermodal challenges.