TMaaS is looking for participants

The TMaaS research team is looking for people who want to participate in an interactive workshop. During the workshop we want to envision together with Ghentians and people who often (or occasionally) visit the city, how we can shape the TMaaS-digital information platform. We want to learn how we can offer interesting information if you are making a trip to or within Ghent, so that we can make your travel experience better, faster and safer in the future.

Practical

TMaaS will organise two workshops, you can register here for participating on 19 Nov or 28 Nov.
Time: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm.

Drinks and snacks will be provided.

In preparation for the workshop, we will ask you to take notes of your travel behavior (during a period of 4 days). 

Participate?
Do you want to think about the future of mobility and participate in this innovative project? Let us know quickly by filling in this form.

In return for your participation, you will receive a Ghent gift voucher worth €40! 

 

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