First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
Technology firm Trafi has partnered with public transport company Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG
) to launch a mobility app which it says integrates all modes of transport in Berlin, Germany.
Trafi claims that the Jelbi app will allow users to access the city’s entire public transportation system including scooters, bikes, ride-hailing and car-sharing as well as taxis. The idea is that users can plan and book journeys without needing to sign up to additional companies or jump between different apps.
New mobility services are soon to launch in Berlin. Last year, Volkswagen announced plans to deploy 2,000 electric vehicles to serve as a free-floating car-sharing service.
Jelbi is a white label solution powered by Trafi’s technology suite which includes real-time routing and user analytics.
The app will be available in the summer on both iOS and Android.