Moovit announces partnership with Microsoft, TomTom N.V.

The new app, which was unveiled during a presentation at the MOVE 2019 conference in London this week, will identify and present driving, parking and public transportation options for specific trips.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 13, 2019 05:22
A screenshot of the Moovit app

A screenshot of the Moovit app. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Moovit App Global Ltd. has partnered with Microsoft and Dutch traffic and navigation app developer TomTom N.V. to offer a comprehensive trip planner, according to a report by CTech.

The new app, which was unveiled during a presentation at the MOVE 2019 conference in London this week, will identify and present driving, parking and public transportation options for specific trips, as well as real-time driving directions for a handful of transportation sources ranging from the car a bike and walking. 
Last year, Moovit announced it would be integrated into public transit information to Microsoft’s Azure Maps. Earlier this year, Moovit launched TimePro, which it describes as “the most accurate real-time vehicle location system.”




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