MaaS Global has pocketed €11 million in investment capital from a quartet of backers, bringing its total raised so far to just under $75 million.
The Finland-based startup is the creator of Whim, a planning app for ground transport services including buses, taxis, e-scooters and others.
The Series B round came via Ferrovial and Tesi, with participation from existing investors NordicNinja and Mitsui Fudosan.
The company's previous round - and its largest to-date - came via another Series B investment in November 2019 worth $30 million.
Sampo Hietanen, CEO and found of MaaS Global says "This provides us with further credibility in the MaaS scene globally, strengthens our position as the industry forerunner of MaaS and gets us ready for further scaling."
MaaS plans to use the investment to expand both its consumer-facing service via Whim and B2B products.
It also hopes to push the busines into new markets and "play an active role" in the consolidation of the mobility-as-a-service sector.
Other investment hoses that have backed the company since its formation in 2015 include BP Ventures, Mitsubishi Corporation, Toyota Financial Services, Swiftcom, Karsan, Transdev, Aioi Nissay Dowa, Denso and Veho.