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MaaS solutions provider Moovit will show users where Tier scooters are available nearby, in real-time, as well as inform riders on battery length and how long it will take to walk there.
Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) provider is partnering with shared micromobility specialist Tier to bring more convenient first-/last-mile options in 77 cities across 13 countries.
With a shared vision to get more cars off the road, Moovit will show users where nearby Tier scooters are available in real-time. The service is available in Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Qatar, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and the UK.
Tier has also teamed up with Google Maps to help users planning routes in 11 European cities.
Around one out of three Tier riders predominantly use e-scooters during the week for commuting or running personal appointments and almost half of Tier users take e-scooters as a first-/last-mile solution, combining it with other modalities. Many people, however, still drive their car to connect with main transport hubs.
Moovit, which has served more than one billion users of its urban mobility app around the world in 112 countries, offers its service in more than 1,500 cities across Europe and the Middle East.
“Offering more alternative forms of transport that can easily get people to their destination is a critical component of any mobility-as-a-service platform,” said Yovav Meydad, Moovit’s chief of growth and marketing officer.
“Our mission to change mobility for good is largely about creating strong partnerships to expand everyone’s access to sustainable, easily accessible and multimodal mobility solutions”
“That’s why we are excited to partner with Tier and empower riders to more easily combine micromobility with public transport to enjoy the most efficient ways of getting around some of the most congested cities in the world.”
Tier, which launched in its 100th city, will enable Moovit users to embrace multimodality and discover Tier scooters in the Moovit app to better connect with public transport.
As well as show its users in real-time where a Tier scooter is available nearby, the Moovit app will inform users how long it will take to walk there, as well as battery range.
“Our mission to change mobility for good is largely about creating strong partnerships to expand everyone’s access to sustainable, easily accessible and multimodal mobility solutions,” added Tinia Mühlfenzl, director of market development, Tier.
“Teaming up with a leading MaaS solutions provider will allow us to expand access to our micromobility services in many cities across Europe and the Middle East.”
The Google Maps service is initially available in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zurich, Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki. Other cities are expected to follow in the course of the year.