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From 25 March to 19 April, the BerlKönig on-demand ride service will suspend regular operations, and the service will exclusively provide free on-demand rides for medical and nursing staff during night-time hours.
Episode 4 of the Intelligent Transport Podcast sees us joined by Michel Heider, Head of Jelbi – Berlin’s all-in-one mobility app – where we discuss the route to successful service integration, how to partner with different providers and what comes next for Jelbi.
This is the first time that a European city the size of Berlin deeply integrates an entire mobility network, spanning across public and private operators.
Airbus is modernising the Tetrapol network for the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe public transport company and will offer a comprehensive service until 2025.
ViaVan and Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe have launched the on-demand shuttle service ‘BerlKönig’ in Berlin, with an initial fleet of 50 vehicles.
28 February 2017 | By Rachael Harper
Bombardier Transportation has announced it will be supplying 21 additional FLEXITY trams to Berlin, expanding Germany’s largest tram network.
10 August 2016 | By Black Box
Thales Germany constructs new control centre for Berlin underground using KVM technology from Black Box.
21 December 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
The Berlin Transport Authority (BVG) has placed an order for 47 additional Bombardier FLEXITY trams for the German capital.
2 September 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Berlin has become the first city to introduce a wirelessly charged electric bus in a capital.
26 March 2015 | By ATRON
The BVG is the largest transport company in Berlin and, together with the VBB, transports passengers within an area of more than 1,000 km². More than 1,300 buses and more than 350 trams cover over 105 million kilometers per year. Berlin’s transport companies have the largest tram and bus networks…
12 March 2015 | By Dr Sigrid Evelyn Nikutta, BVG
Chairwoman of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer of the BVG, Dr Sigrid Evelyn Nikutta, takes a look at current challenges and new opportunities on the horizon for the operator to ensure that public transport in the future will be Berlin’s number one mode of travel...
1 July 2014 | By Synectics
Four-year maintenance contracts awarded by Berlin transport operator BVG...