Alexander Vysotsky, Director of Public Policy at Yandex.Taxi, explains why governments should be harnessing the experience and know-how of private tech companies in their bid to implement efficient MaaS solutions across the world.
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The DfT hopes that the new open data programme will reduce waiting times for buses in the UK and make fares more transparent.
Featuring speakers from the Department for Transport (DfT), West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Moovit, this webinar introduces the DfT’s Bus Open Data Service (BODS), the new UK regulation that requires Bus Operators to provide timetables, real-time vehicle locations, and ticketing/fare information in a central data depository. It is a unique…
Passengers using Israel's buses and trains will be able to pay for multiple trips using just one app from now on.
According to the Detroit-based operator, riders will be able to book a ride on one of its on-demand shuttles through the Moovit app, with fare information and pick-up routing all available in one place.
First hopes that with this new partnership, passengers in the US and Canada will be able to search for transport and pay all within the same app, making their experience a lot more convenient and efficient.
In a recent webinar hosted by Intelligent Transport in association with Brian Swanson, Moovit's Director of Sales Engineering, the tools that help municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses operate during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic were discussed. Here, he answers some of the audience's questions…
In this webinar, Moovit discussed the tools that help municipalities, transit agencies, and operators, and large businesses to retune their mobility services to operate in the current uncertain climate effectively.
Moovit has seen a 35 per cent increase in the number of transit updates around the world, enabling its app to provide updated transit information during a time of rapid change.
Under the partnership, Cubic will reportedly integrate Moovit’s MaaS APIs with Cubic’s Traveller App to include service alerts, nearby transit service lines, multimodal trip planning and real-time arrival information.
The partnership aims to challenge obstacles that blind/low vision passengers face when using public transport by connecting them with trained professionals for assistance.
Moovit will utilise Waze’s carpool driver community to offer users new mobility solutions.
Uber riders in Chicago will gain access to new ‘Transit’ option, allowing them to receive public transport information in the app.