- To make it even more convenient for cities to launch Mobility as a Service solutions, Trafi has closed strategic partnerships with leading shared mobility companies.
- emmy, MILES, TIER and Voi intend to be deeply integrated in Mobility-as-a-Service solutions Trafi will launch in cities they operate in.
- Cities running on Trafi’s whitelabel solution are now promised an even faster and more seamless onboarding of private providers, thus bringing value to residents as fast as possible.
- Users will be able to plan, book, but also pay for all services provided by emmy, MILES, TIER, and VOI in future city-led mobility apps, eliminating friction in how people travel around.
Berlin – March 4, 2020
– emmy, MILES, TIER, and Voi are now officially joining forces with Trafi to connect traditional and new types of mobility and drive the switch from private to shared transportation modes.
To fulfil most cities’ need to provide alternatives to individual cars, all citizens need to have access to other convenient and flexible ways to get around. By committing to integrate their services in future mobility solutions powered by Trafi, the four private providers demonstrate their willingness to complement public transport seamlessly and make the transition to shared mobility smoother for both cities and residents.
Users will be able to plan, book, but also pay for all their trips with public and private transportation providers directly in one app, thus allowing them to use all services in one environment with a single master account, and removing obstacles in how people travel around the city.
Cities working with Trafi now benefit from an even faster and more seamless integration of private providers, thus bringing value to residents as fast as possible. Having launched the largest MaaS solution in the world in Berlin, Trafi can boast a highly recognized technology stack and extensive experience working with both municipalities and private providers.
“In recent years, Trafi has proven its ability to work hand in hand with cities and Mobility Service Providers alike to connect all types of mobility under one roof,” says Christof Schminke, Managing Director Commercial at Trafi. “We are now very proud that emmy, MILES, TIER and VOI have decided to partner with us as we build bridges between the people, the public transportation networks, and new mobility modes to achieve our mission of providing alternatives to the private car.”
“At Voi we strongly believe that changing traffic for good can only be achieved if public and private partners join forces”, says Claus Unterkircher, General Manager for the DACH-Region at Voi Technology. “This is why we are especially excited to announce our cooperation with Trafi. There is no doubt that the future of mobility lies in multimodal and app-coordinated solutions - with Trafi we have now teamed up with one of the leading developers in the field.” About emmy
emmy offers electric scooters for spontaneous short term rents. Access to the scooters is granted through an app. All scooters are equipped with two helmets and customers have the great benefit of not having to look for parking spaces anymore.
emmy is the market leader in Germany for moped-sharing with operations in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Dusseldorf. In the end of 2019 emmy opened its first international location in Vienna.About MILES
MILES is the largest non-OEM carsharing provider in Germany offering its customers fair and transparent pricing where you pay for the kilometers driven, not the minutes of use. The service includes kilometer-based carsharing, van sharing and packages for flexible long-term rentals - without any stations in a free-floating system.
MILES believes in a world in which mobility should be shared, sustainable and accessible to everyone and wants to provide an alternative to private car ownership. The mission is to be part of the personal mobility mix to improve urban life. MILES is already active in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne and Dusseldorf.About TIER
TIER Mobility is Europe’s leading provider of micro-mobility solutions with a mission to change mobility for good. The company plays a leading role in the ongoing transformation of transportation, relieving cities from emissions and congestion.In its commitment to sustainability, the company has adopted the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as its sustainability framework. TIER has set up an ambitious agenda for reducing and offsetting emissions. As a result of these measures, TIER Mobility is climate neutral as a company from January 2020 on.
The company started its operations in October 2018 and is now operating in 55+ cities across 11 markets. TIER Mobility is headquartered in Berlin and employs over 450 people. The company was founded by Lawrence Leuschner, Matthias Laug and Julian Blessin.
For more information about TIER Mobility, please visit: www.tier.app
Founded in 2007, Trafi works shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most complex cities in the world such as Munich, Rio de Janeiro, and Jakarta to turn sustainable movement into a city-wide habit. Trafi’s technology brings together both public and shared mobility services to create a Mobility-as-a-Service alternative to city-straining modes of transport. As of 2019, Trafi powers the most extensive MaaS deployment in the world managed by Berlin’s public transport authority BVG. Trafi’s technology is also used by such leading companies as Apple, Google, Lyft, and Gojek.About Voi
Voi is a Swedish e-scooter sharing provider that specialises in establishing joint mobility solutions together with both public and private stakeholders. Founded 2018 in Stockholm Voi quickly rose to become one of the leading players in Europe by combining top-of-the-line technology with an agile operative approach. Driven by their Vision of a modern city where urban space belongs to everybody and is no longer dominated by traffic Voi strives to make people mobile - anywhere and at any given time. With their e-scooters they offer a smart and sustainable mode of transport that is easily integrated into modern intermodal mobility concepts and can support cities in rethinking urban infrastructure.Press Contact emmy
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