Using research from GlobalData’s Influencer platform, Road Traffic Technology has named ten of the most influential people and companies in Mobility as a Service on Twitter during Q3 2020.

Biggest influencers in Mobility as a Service: The top ten in Q3 2020

1. Harry Campbell (@TheRideshareGuy)

Harry Campbell is a blogger who founded The Rideshare Guy, a ridesharing industry blog for cab drivers. He also runs a YouTube channel and podcast with the same name, which gives latest updates to drivers of Uber and Lyft cab services and other partners of gig economy.

Campbell also serves as advisor for various mobility companies including Pablito, Perch Mobility and Swoop. 

Twitter followers: 6,469

GlobalData influencer score: 100

2. Cities Today (@Cities_Today)

Cities Today is an online news portal providing information and analysis on urban mobility and innovation. Its editorial board consists of experts from the United Nations Environment Program, World Bank and city associations such as EUROCITIES, UCLG Africa (United Cities and Local Governments) and UCLG MEWA (Middle East and West Asia) among others.

The website focusses on mobility, safety, security and sustainable urban development challenges faced by mayors and local governments.

Twitter followers: 22,015

GlobalData influencer score: 95

 3. David Zipper (@DavidZipper)

 David Zipper is a visiting professor at Taubman Center for State and Local Government, Harvard University. He specialises in analysing the relationship between urban policy and new mobility technologies.

He has worked with start-ups and public officials to provide advice on regulatory strategy and has experience as a venture capitalist, start-up advocate and policy researcher. He also writes on various subjects such as Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), micro mobility and the relation between private shared vehicles, public transport and city regulations.

Twitter followers: 4,475

GlobalData influencer score: 94

4. Matthew Baldwin (@BaldwinMatthew_)

Matthew Baldwin is the Deputy Director-General for the Directorate-General for Transport and Mobility, which is responsible for devising mobility and transport policies for the European Union (EU). He also serves as the European Coordinator for Road Safety and Sustainable Mobility.

Baldwin’s job role entails coordinating on road safety endeavours with EU member countries, cities and other stakeholders. He has more than 35 years of experience in the field of road safety and has played a significant role in bringing mandatory front seat legislation in the UK.

Twitter followers: 8,367

GlobalData influencer score: 84

 5. Smart Mobility Congress (@_SmartMobility)

Smart Mobility Congress (SMC) is an international event held on urban mobility transformation, which is attended by experts and leaders in the transport industry. The primary objective of the event is to build connections and partnerships between the stakeholders in the industry apart from examining case studies on transportation.

New solutions transforming the mobility industry are displayed at the event with the aim to advance the development of mobility products and services. The event also facilitates discussions on the challenges facing urban mobility in cities.

Twitter followers: 4,942

GlobalData influencer score: 84

6. Dara Khosrowshahi (@dkhos)

Dara Khosrowshahi is the CEO of Uber, the world’s largest taxi aggregator. An expert in both engineering and finance, he previously worked as CEO of Expedia, an online travel company, and Chief Financial Officer of IAC Travel, which acquired Expedia.

Khosrowshahi has also served as the Vice President of Allen & Company. He is one of the board directors at, a non-profit organisation and has previously served on the board of directors at New York Times Company, a media company.

Twitter followers: 105,461

GlobalData influencer score: 72

7. Smart City Expo (@SmartCityexpo)

Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) is an international conference focusing on the relationship between technological revolution and urban reality. Established in 2011, SWEC is a reference point globally for city development and is a major forum for exchange of ideas, experiences, networking and ratifying business deals related to urban development.

The top stakeholders from the mobility sector are regular participants at the annual event, which is supported by organisations such as Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB), the public administration of Barcelona, Eurocities, a network of cities in Europe, and the Government of Catalonia.

Twitter followers: 55,137

GlobalData influencer score: 72

8. Christian Seiberlich (@caduta_massi)

Christian Seiberlich is a senior adviser at Tergloba, a corporate travel and mobility management company. He specialises in search engine optimisation (SEO), travel, MaaS and sales.

Seiberlich’s goal is to incorporate all types of mobility into the corporate travel eco-system with focus on urban mobility management and MaaS. He has previously served as advisor of corporate travel management at UbiGo, an integrated mobility service.

 Twitter followers: 1,894

GlobalData influencer score: 71

9. Brent Toderian (@BrentToderian)

Brent Toderian is the owner and consultant of TODERIAN UrbanWORKS, a city planning and urban design consultancy. He has more than 26 years of experience in advanced urbanism and city building.

Toderian also acted as an adviser to top cities across the globe including Copenhagen, Auckland, Sydney and Medellin among others. He is also a speaker, writer and educationalist.

Twitter followers: 84,461

GlobalData influencer score: 68

10. Miguel Cabrera (@miguelecabrera)

Miguel Cabrera is a sales leader at Goodyear Proactive Solutions, a leading transnational tyre company. He has a proven track record at international level in business development and sales, with proficiency in fleet mobility solutions, automotive sector and new mobility services.

Cabrera is also an active member of a network of senior executives at companies related to auto suppliers, rental companies and dealers.

Twitter followers: 1,634

GlobalData influencer score: 66