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MTR Nordic has launched its MyHeadsapp travel app which it says will provide public transport updates for service disruptions on routes in Stockholm, Sweden.
The firm operates and maintains the city’s metro and commuter trains in cooperation with public transport company Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL).
Mark Jensen, CEO of MTR Nordic, says: “We have developed an app that gives travellers information about any disturbances on their own journey from start to finish, no matter how many changes you make.”
MTR says the app is primarily designed for commuter trains because they have longer routes and fewer departures. But it can also be used on all other modes of transport offered by SL.
Additionally, the app features a travel planner with a map showing the location of trains and buses.
MyHeadsapp is free to download and is available for both iOS in the AppStore and Android in Google Pay.