(Berlin, August 16, 2019) Since today, the first highly automated bus has been in operation on the public roads of a major German city.
„Deutschland – Land der Ideen“ and the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure award innovations for more participation and quality of life
Around half of the passengers use the service to get to a public transport station • Shuttle service strengthens local public transport
On-demand traffic complements existing scheduled service – digitally bookable call bus on flexible routes in the northern city
DB Regio Mitte, Roche and ioki are pleased with the outcome of the practical test for innovative staff mobility * On-demand shuttle strengthens existing public transport offers * Car commuters are ready to leave their cars parked in the future
PAD Shuttle App offers new flexibility for airport passengers
Successful establishment of thedemand-responsive shuttle in Hamburg – Billbrook as an additional service area is added this autumn – Starting from April an extra charge of 1 EUR is charged per ride
DB Regio Mitte and ioki test a digitally connected mobility concept for Roche employees – On-demand shuttle to the trainstation can be ordered via app – Less traffic and congestion, more mobility for commuters
Around half of the passengers travel to a public transport stop – Shuttle service strengthens local public transport – offer to be extended by two years after pilot phase
Digitally bookable bus on flexible routes – Very good customer ratings – Offer extended by one year
More mobility, less traffic: cross-sector cooperation for tomorrow’s mobility – ioki Mobility Network Symposium
Digitization offers important opportunities for sustainable mobility – ioki Mobility Network brings stakeholders together
ioki goes Austria: Today we start the test pilot of the Postbus Shuttle together with ÖBB Postbus in Lustenau/Vorarlberg in Austria. From Monday to Friday, the service will be available from 8am to 8pm and will enable flexible mobility without a fixed timetable.