Customers of RMV may now use its new Mobility-as-a-Service app to quickly plan and complete multimodal journeys as buses, trains, bike-sharing, taxis, and scooters are already included in the mobility offer.

RMVgo, a new Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) app, has been introduced by the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV), giving users access to alternatives for multimodal and intermodal transportation, ticket purchasing, trip planning, as well as connection and other traffic information.

RMV has made multimodal travel more convenient for its clients by integrating public transportation, taxis, car-sharing, scooters, and bike-sharing into the app’s mobility offer. This gives the network’s more than 2.5 million daily users much faster and easier access to its services.

New features include a first-season ticket advance sale and a delay alarm are also included in the app. Users can also establish favourites and select between a list and a map display for the connection information. Additionally, a sizable map on the start screen offers a clear picture of the closest stops.

“Find the right connection quickly, book the ticket with just a few clicks and set off with ease – that’s what our passengers want from our app,” explains Professor Knut Ringat, RMV Managing Director. “RMVgo provides all that and more. It is the ‘one app for everything’, with which bus, train, car and bike-sharing is already easily available today. The booking of on-demand shuttles and other functions will be added in the next stages of development.”

Hacon is collaborating on the continuing development of the new MaaS platform with RMV and other project partners and will add more information and features to the app in the coming months, including the annual pass and on-demand shuttles.