- Date: 02/26/2024
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The cities of Tallinn and Tartu announced that they had signed an agreement for the development of a common app where users can consult, plan and purchase tickets for mobility services available in both municipalities with a single click. The mobility services platform thus will represent a viable integration between the offers of the various transport actors in those cities so they can provide true convenience for the user.
The idea behind the Mobility as a service (MaaS) app is to present the public transport options available in Estonia’s two major cities as a comprehensive whole and as a real rival to private car ownership. It will not be an integration of companies and a monopoly but simplifying the idea of public transit for the general public – its main target and audience.
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