RMV launches new RMVgo MaaS app
With buses, trains, bike-sharing, taxis and scooters already a part of the mobility offer, RMV’s customers can now use its new Mobility-as-a-Service app to easily plan and make multimodal journeys.
The Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV) has announced that it has launched a new Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) app, RMVgo, providing its users with access to multimodal and intermodal transport options, ticket purchasing, journey planning, as well as connection and other traffic information.
With public transport, taxis, car-sharing, scooters and bike-sharing integrated into the app’s mobility offer, RMV has made multimodal journeys more convenient for its customers – providing more than 2.5 million daily RMV users with significantly faster and easier access to the network’s services.
Furthermore, the app includes new features such as the first advance sale of season tickets and an alarm function for delays. Users can also choose between a list and a map view for the connection information, as well as create favourites. Moreover, a large map on the start screen provides a direct overview of the nearest stops.
“Find the right connection quickly, book the ticket with just a few clicks and set off with ease – that’s what our passengers want from our app,” says Professor Knut Ringat, RMV Managing Director. “RMVgo provides all that and more. It is the ‘one app for everything’, with which bus, train, car and bike-sharing is already easily available today. The booking of on-demand shuttles and other functions will be added in the next stages of development.”
In collaboration with RMV and other project partners, Hacon is involved in the further development of the new MaaS platform. In the next few months, RMV will integrate additional content and functions into the app, such as on-demand shuttles and the annual pass.
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