Berlin has quickly become one of the biggest cities attempting to change visitors and consumer habits by utilizing mobility as a service.
Trafi and public transport company Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) have officially launched the Jelbi app following a beta launch in the German capital.
Tech firm Trafi says Jelbi allows users to find buses, trams, trains, ferries, metro, bikes, e-scooters, shuttles, car-share and taxis.
Jakob Michael Heider, BVG’s head of Jelbi, says: “By bringing all the pieces of the mobility puzzle together, we can give our users an attractive alternative to private car usage.”
According to Trafi, the app’s connected integrated mobility network and real-time routing make it easier for users to plan and pay for journeys. Riders do not need to sign up to additional providers and can keep tickets in one place, the company adds.
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