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About Ben Foulser


Associate Director, Infrastructure Advisory Group, KPMG LLP

Ben is an Associate Director in KPMG's Infrastructure Advisory Practice and leads KPMG’s UK Future Mobility team, providing consultancy services to clients with respect to integrated and intelligent transport including smart ticketing/fare payment systems, Mobility as a Service (‘MaaS’), Autonomous Vehicle technology, Demand Responsive Transport, de-carbonisation of transport, and Command & Control solutions (including network capacity management and rail & highways signalling and control). Ben advises clients across the business model life-cycle, from market analysis and development of business and digital strategies and operating models through to portfolio & delivery roadmap development, Business Case development, funding and financing, requirements definition, sourcing, and delivery model development.

Ben has published a number of pieces of thought leadership on the future of the mobility ecosystem, including: Breaking up Bottlenecks with Data & Analytics; When Information Flows so Does Transport; The Digital Traveller; and: Reimagining Mobility as a Service: the MaaS Requirements Index.




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Articles posted by Ben Foulser

Mobility as a Service: the new paradigm

Recent years have seen a marked shift away from private vehicle ownership, particularly in urban areas. KPMG’s latest Global Automotive Executive Survey found that 39% of surveyed consumers say ownership of vehicles is decreasing and half of those surveyed expect that 50% of car owners will no longer want to own a personal vehicle by 2025 Similarly, according to…