Siemens Mobility to create Andorra's multimodal transportation platform

Posted on June 13, 2019 by Kendra Rodriguez

Siemen is creating an intermodal mobility platform for Forces Elèctriques d'Andorra (FEDA) in collaboration with HaCon and eos.uptrade after being appointed by the Government and the seven councils of Andorra. 

The system will include public buses, electric bike-sharing and chargers for electric vehicles, and on- and off- street parking. It will make sustainable methods of public and multimodal transport seamless. 

Users will have the ability to see all transportation options in real time. This will make it easier to plan out trips with the added convienience of managing payment across the various modes of transport. 

The app will be rolled out in three phases starting with the real-time trip planning and ticketing for regional buses. It is programmed to integrate several transportation modes across the country in an effort to lower carbon emissions. Starting fall 2019 riders will be able to download the first phase of the app.

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