Supporting future mobility solutions

The BVRLA is campaigning to establish an environment that protects fleet, nurtures innovation and fosters growth for future mobility solutions

Fleet interests must be considered by policy makers as the future mobility ecosystem policy and regulatory  framework evolve.

More central policy support is needed to help local decision makers understand and deal with new and disruptive forms of mobilityWith a more consistent and strategic approach, local authorities can work with central government to create a distinct vision for MaaS that sees them take the lead.

Get involved in the BVRLA's future mobility work

The group is designed to support the BVRLA’s policy work in this area by members providing expertise, knowledge and case studies which demonstrate how members are adapting their business models and overcoming potential obstacles to meet future mobility challenges. To get involved contact BVRLA Senior Policy Advisor, Catherine Bowen

Key asks to support future mobility solutions

  • A Mobility Innovation Fund should be established to help cash and resource-strapped local authorities work with local transport operators and residents to develop new, integrated mobility services including MaaS and Mobility Credit trials.‚Äč

  • The Government should look to establish a Shared Mobility Taskforce which enables all transport mode operators to work collaboratively to find solutions to common problems and identify opportunities for joint working.