Extension of success story in Hamburg: ioki shuttles will strengthen the public transport also in 2021
(Hamburg, November 11, 2020) Shuttle-service ioki Hamburg to be extended in • 400.000 passengers and 1.4 million travelled kilometers since the kickoff of the project • Electric vehicles saved over 250 tons of CO2 • On-demand service improves barrier-free mobility
(Ahrensburg, Oktober 22, 2020) Mobility service tried and tested in Hamburg starts in the surrounding area • Mobility analysis by DB subsidiary ioki for the Ahrensburg region shows great potential of an on-demand service • Shuttle fleet with five electric vehicles rolls from December
(Hamburg, September 25, 2020) Goal: Attractive stations and efficient local public transport • Digital S-Bahn, shuttle service ioki and Hamburg Box already on the way • Dammtor station as gateway to the ITS World Congress 2021
DB subsidiary ioki brings on-demand shuttles to rural areas: Three new test regions in Hamburg’s real digital mobility lab
(Hamburg, August 21, 2020) Mobility analyses show new potentials of public transport • Winsen: 30 percent of journeys could be shifted from the road to climate-friendly public transport in the short term • Shuttles in Winsen, Ahrensburg and Stormarn about to start this year
(Frankfurt/Watford, July 3, 2020) Kick-off for scaling in the European market • Cooperation with Arriva UK in the field of demand-responsive transport (DRT) solutions • First joint on-demand service since July in Watford, UK
(Kelheim, July 1, 2020) Digitally bookable express bus supplements transport infrastructure in rural area • Deutsche Bahn subsidiary ioki makes it possible to book individual demand-responsive transport (DRT) service in the district of Kelheim in Lower Bavaria via app
(Hamburg, April 14, 2020) The on-demand service of ioki Hamburg, an offer by the Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein GmbH (VHH) and the Deutsche Bahn subsidiary ioki, now offers a free shuttle service for employees of medical practices and care facilities as well as for patients in the districts of Lurup and Osdorf.
Study for Hamburg: Saving a thousand tons of carbon dioxide per day via integrated on-demand mobility
(Hamburg, March 11 2020) Hamburger Hochbahn AG and Deutsche Bahn subsidiary ioki present concept for climate-friendly mobility in Hamburg 2030 • Experts: Demand-responsive transport (DRT) offers significantly reduce the use of private cars
(Hamburg, January 29, 2020) A study by the Technical University of Hamburg shows an increase of attractiveness for public transport and potential for climate protection • 72 per cent of passengers are taken to a public transport stop • Every fourth passenger replaces car rides with shuttle
(Hamburg, November 11, 2019) The on-demand shuttle service ioki Hamburg has already established itself as a mobility module in the neighbourhoods of Osdorf and Lurup and is now also available in Billbrook. Commuters in particular will benefit from this service, which supplements existing bus routes and makes local public transport more attractive.