Beam and Moovit are partnering to provide the Australian public more convenient options when they’re commuting around the city. The partnership will also connect them to nearby e-bikes and e-scooters to provide alternative options.
Victorian bus provider Ventura has launched a new Demand Responsive Transport service and corresponding urban mobility app available to residents in the outer Melbourne subsurbs of Rowville and Ferntree Gully.
Intel subsidiary Moovit has released analysis of millions of users’ journey requests in over 100 cities across 28 countries, combined with user research, revealing that due to COVID-19, 31% of Australians want to know how crowded a mass transport vehicle is before boarding, and 24% demand mobile payment to ride safely in 2021.
Smartphone maker Huawei has added the popular urban mobility app Moovit to its AppGallery and users can download it right away, the company says.
The Moovit local transport app is now officially serving selected Australian cities following a beta period that attracted more than 200,000 users.
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