Public Transportation Revenue Allocation: Challenges and Easy Solutions
While public transportation networks are becoming more integrated and convenient globally, they are also becoming more stakeholder-intensive and complicated to manage. We can easily help you to eliminate multiple challenges to share ticket revenue more effectively.
9-Euro-Ticket in Germany: What can we see in mobility data ahead of its launch?
Are you wondering how exactly the Russian invasion influenced mobility in Berlin? MOTIONTAG had a closer look at the changes that already happened since February 24th.
Encouraging green mobility with “Münster bewegt” and “Ddorf bewegt” apps
Read about the "Muenster bewegt" and "Ddorf bewegt" app projects, supported by the Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Energy of the Federal State of Brandenburg (MWAE) from funds of the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Federal State of Brandenburg.
Interview with Nadim Sarrouh, CTO of MOTIONTAG
Among other topics, in this interview we talked about: the culture of innovation at MOTIONTAG, the future of AI, what makes our technology stand out from other similar solutions, and plans for 2022.
ETH study on mobility behavior in Switzerland – the impact of external costs on mobility habits
The ETH Zurich, the University of Basel, and the ZHAW wanted to conduct a research project to examine mobility behavior in Switzerland. The aim was to find out if external traffic costs in the area of traffic jams, climate, and health will have an impact on people’s mobility habits.
The Swiss Climate Challenge: MOTIONTAG technology behind Swisscom, Postfinance, Migros Pioneer Fund and SwissEnergy climate protection app
The Swiss Climate Challenge app aims to raise awareness and motivate the population to use more climate-friendly modes of transport. To do this, Swisscom needed a technology that would make it possible to track participants' mobility patterns and subsequently calculate their CO2 emissions.