Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 August, 2019 at 10:57 am by Christian Keszthelyi
The vehicle-sharing firm GoTo Mobility has integrated its technology platform with the mobile application Moovit to offer commuters a “complete Mobility as a Service (MaaS) experience”, according to a press statement issued in mid-January. The integration is restricted to Israel for the time being, with further expansion to come. GoTo is also available in Malta.
GoTo Mobility currently offers its services in Malta and 12 other cities internationally. Moovit’s mobile application provides presently services of GoTo, Autotel and CAR2GO. Utilising the app, users have access to shared cars in Israel as a first step of integrating the services that GoTo Mobility powers around the world, with more to follow.
“The integration between GoTo Mobility and Moovit in Israel opens up new possibilities for the mobility operations we power around the world. Now our customers can get more users by having their shared vehicles visible on the Moovit application thanks to the integration,” says Shirly Kalush, COO at GoTo Mobility. “Moovit is a great service working in 2,700 cities in 87 countries and 44 languages. It is a win-win partnership for all of us: Moovit users will get access to shared vehicles, while GoTo Mobility powered operators will receive more demand,” adds Ms Kalush.
“People in urban areas have dozens of ways to access urban mobility, whether it’s by bus, train, ferry, auto ride-sharing, bike or scooter,” says Yovav Meydad, Chief Growth and Marketing Officer at Moovit. “Moovit is a leading Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform and #1 urban mobility app in the world. We always strive to provide the most complete range of mobility options to our users, so we are pleased to join forces with GoTo Mobility to add car-sharing services to our platform,” Mr Meydad adds.
GoTo Mobility is a white label vehicle sharing software, powering operations in 13 cities worldwide. Among GoTo Mobility customers are Car2Go Israel, car sharing of Malta, Respiro, a Seat company, and AutoTel.