The MaaS Lab has recently been enriched with ING Bank. As an international commercial bank, ING actively supports customers in passenger transport by bus, train, metro and other modes. In parallel, the ING scale-up Invisible Tickets is working hard on the next generation payment method in public transport. Passengers can automatically pay for their journey using track and trace technology.

“We are proud to welcome ING to the MaaS Lab. ING's participation fits in seamlessly with our ambition to bring together innovative market players to really get an open and inclusive MaaS ecosystem off the ground, ”says Bertho Eckhardt, Chairman MaaS-Lab.

The MaaS Lab is a partnership between all parties from the business community involved in the development of MaaS (Mobility as a Service) in the Netherlands. The aim is to create the right preconditions for healthy and optimal MaaS services that match the social interests and wishes of the traveler. The MaaS Lab is facilitated by KNV.

“We would like to join the MaaS-Lab initiative in order to contribute to the sustainable development of passenger transport in the Netherlands and abroad,” says Juliette van Enckevort, ING Global Lead Land Transport, Transport & Logistics.

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