As part of an expansion of their partnership, TIER's micro-mobility vehicles are now available through Google Maps in over 200 more cities worldwide, including locations in Israel and Ireland for the first time.
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Martin Howell, Director of Transport Markets – UK & Ireland for Worldline, and Dr Stian Reimers, of Reimers Consulting LLC, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley to discuss changing travel behaviours and attitudes, and to share their thoughts on how the industry can innovate and reform to design services that…
Neuron riders in Vernon, Calgary, Lethbridge and Red Deer can now better plan their journeys in real-time and easily locate their nearest e-scooter or e-bike using Google Maps.
Metro-North Railroad customers can now turn to Google Maps to see the capacity of seats available in each car at any given moment to make informed decisions based on real-time data.
By integrating with Google Maps in the UK, TIER Mobility is able to improve passenger access to its e-scooters and promote greener forms of public transport.
TIER Mobility’s Ludwig Buhr, Lead of Strategic Partnerships, and Alexander Sprey, Senior Market Development Manager, discuss the vital role that micro-mobility plays in the wider public transport system, as well as explain the benefits of integrating micro-mobility services with key mapping and MaaS platforms.
TIER has partnered with Google Maps to make it easier for users in big European cities to access its micromobility options, as it looks to expand into more locations in Europe.
The tech giant has announced features to make travelling simpler and more convenient through its Google Maps application.
Google Maps users can now see if a scooter or e-bike is available, where it is located, its cost and how long their intended journey will take.