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The new mobility services are shaping a leading trend in the shared economy on public transport and urban mobility market. The 3-day training will be held in Singapore and hosted by GRAB, you may get acquainted with related concepts of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), understand how on-demand and autonomous transports work and discuss implications for mobility in cities.


  • Understand, analyse and discuss: main mobility trends in cities today, the disruptive effects of new mobility services and shared economy on public transport and urban mobility
  • Get acquainted with related concepts & definitions: shared, connected, on-demand and autonomous transport
  • Get a worldwide overview of practices & transport models
  • Deepen your knowledge on car, bike and ride sharing and discuss the success and failures of their business models 
  • Learn about on-demand services, mobile apps and their impact on the public transport industry
  • Understand, discuss the concept of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and learn from latest practice, failures and successes
  • Understand how autonomous and connected vehicles work and discuss implications for mobility in cities


  • Getting inspired by trainers, understanding the main aspects of new mobility services and learning from successful best practice
  • Participating interactive plenary sessions with introduction by course leaders, presentation by the trainer and open discussion with participants
  • Challenging participants’ practical knowledge on new mobility services
  • Addressing the topic from an international perspective, enriched by different cultural approaches and points of view 
  • Benefiting from a unique exchange of knowledge and experience between professionals via practical exercises and case studies

Target Audience

  • Staff from public transport operators or authorities responsible for the planning, implementation & running of new mobility services and/or involved in the cooperation with these mobility providers
  • Staff from the industry worldwide involved in the market uptake in this area: ITS companies, app-developers, car & vehicle manufacturers, etc.
  • Staff of public and private providers of car, bike and ride sharing services and of app-based on-demand services
  • Staff of regional or national authorities in charge of the regulation of these new services, the development and application of policies and/or related framework projects
  • Professionals interested in obtaining a wider and international perspective on new mobility services and eager to learn more from best practice worldwide



YILDIZGÖZ Kaan, Director - UITP Centre for Training




Xin Wei Ngiam, head of transport products and shared mobility, GRAB


Dominic Ong, head of strategic automotive partnerships, GRAB




Day 1

Welcome & Introduction

Session 1      Combined Mobility & the essential cooperation with public transport

                      Inspirational speech: Mobility at the heart of disruption

Coffee Break

Session 2     Workshop & discussions: Main principles & definitions


Session 3     Shared Mobility: Car, Bike & Ride Sharing

Coffee Break

Session 4     Workshop: Shared Mobility 

End of day 1


Day 2

Session 5   On-Demand Mobility and Mobile Applications


Session 6    Mobility as A Service (MaaS): Concept & practice

Coffee Break

Session 7     Workshop & discussions: MaaS

End of day 2


Day 3     

Session 8     Connected & Autonomous vehicles: A potential game changer for urban mobility

Coffee Break

Session 9     Case Study - mobility revolution

Session 10   Local host session


Technical Visit

Evaluation and Certificates

End of the programme


*UITP reserves the right to make amendments to the programme or any related activity



  early bird rate before 9 Nov (€) after 9 Nov (€)
Member 1,210 1,610
Member << developing nations>>* 885 1,175
Non-member 1,635 2,170
Non-member <<developing nations>>* 1,095 1,465
Group UITP Member (4 or +) 1,130
Group UITP Member (4 or +) << developing nations>>* 830
Group UITP Non-Member (4 or +) 1,520
Group UITP Non-Member (4 or +) << developing nations>>* 1,020

Seats allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To register a group of 4 persons of more from the same organisation, please contact us.
Groups generally consist of 25-30 participants in order to increase the learning experience and interaction during the programme.

Participation fees include:

  • Training instruction
  • Lunches and coffee breaks
  • All training documents: Binder including all presentations and supporting documents; access to all training material via MYLibrary (after the training)

    Please note that the course fee does not cover the cost of air ticket and accommodation, daily transportation in Singapore. Participants are also required to make their own arrangements for airport transfers and daily travel from the hotel to the training venue.


  • By Bank Transfer
    • A debit note/invoice for payment of the registration fee shall be sent to you within 5 working days.
  • By Credit Card
    • Confirmation email will be sent to you after successful fee collection.

Terms and Conditions

Please download our Terms and Conditions here.

Confirmed participants will be notified via email upon receipt of payment by UITP. Your participation will only be confirmed when we receive the full payment before 2 December 2018. Should you opt to pay via credit card, the confirmation email will be sent to you after successful fee collection. **Registration fees are transferable to another employee of the same organization but it is non-refundable. To Advance Public Transport worldwide this programme is selected to have special rates for developing nations (DNA). List of countries eligible for DNA rates.

Contact Person

Loris CHAN
Administration Officer
Tel: (+852) 2993 8721


Practical information: 

  • Training Venue

23F, Marina One West Tower,  9 Straits View, Marina One West Tower, #23-07/12, Singapore 018937

  • Visa application

It is the sole responsibility of the participant to take care visa application. Please contact your local travel agent or local Singapore embassy for travel visa to Singapore. Visas are at the discretion of immigration.


YILDIZGÖZ Kaan, Director - UITP Centre for Training




Xin Wei Ngiam, head of transport products and shared mobility, GRAB


Dominic Ong, head of strategic automotive partnerships, GRAB