The public transit navigation app for the first time collaborates with GoTo, the CAR2GO group technology company, to show its users on the navigation app all of CAR2GO’s collaborative transport solutions across the country.
In the meantime, short-distance travel solutions through the Ototel project in Tel Aviv and the Haifa and Netanya cooperative electric vehicle project. (In this model, any vehicle in the designated parking spaces can be booked and marked on the Moovit app and end the trip in each of the designated parking spots throughout the city. Calculated based on travel minutes only).
Medium and long-distance travel service inside and outside the city, Tel Aviv, RG, Givatayim, Herzliya, Raanana, Rishon Lezion, Jerusalem. (In this model, a car can be booked via a Moovit app from any designated parking space. Time and distance).
It is also possible to reserve and pre-order the Mobike bicycle cooperative deployed throughout Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan.
So, how does it work?
Get into the Moovit app, see your vehicle and bike layout, and you can order any of the services by clicking on the relevant service on the map linked to the reservation interface.
Karen Schiff, Vice President of Marketing at CAR2GO, noted that, “CAR2GO’s collaborative venture and Mobike’s shared bicycle venture are an integral part of the urban transportation fabric, which is a green and cheap alternative to move easily and efficiently from one point to another. The Moovit app will show users for the first time an overall picture of the city’s collaborative transportation map on a variety of options. This is another tool that is expected to encourage and educate the public on the use of collaborative transport. “
Yuv Meid, Chief Growth Officer at Moovit, noted that, “The days when your only way to cross the city was to catch a bus or taxi. Now, with Moovit, you can hop on a bicycle or electric scooter and make your trip personal and unique.