Universal transit information is displayed to anyone, while registered Tranzito users can access their personal account to book rides without having to use a smartphone. - Tranzito/Moovit

Universal transit information is displayed to anyone, while registered Tranzito users can access their personal account to book rides without having to use a smartphone.

Tranzito/Moovit

Mobility operator Tranzito announced a partnership with Moovit to bring MaaS to city curbs.

Tranzito is championing the concept of curbside mobility hubs, co-locating private shared mobility next to public train and bus stops. Moovit’s platform will be embedded within Tranzito’s Mobi kiosks; users can plan trips from point A to B and view suggested routes, real-time transit information, as well as book and pay for shared mobility rides along city streets and at rail stations.

Universal transit information is displayed to anyone, while registered Tranzito users can access their personal account to book rides without having to use a smartphone.

Tranzito will roll out three Mobis over the next few months — in collaboration with LA Metro at its newest Metro Bike Hub in Willowbrooks/Rosa Parks, as well as with Los Angeles Department of Transportation at its first Mobility Hub at Wilshire Grand Center and with Caltrain at Caltrain SF Mobility Hub.

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