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Bestmile and INIT partner to incorporate driverless vehicles into public transport

The companies will collaborate closely to integrate their respective backend software platforms to offer turn-key solutions that allow public transport operators to seamlessly connect autonomous mobility services with mass transit transportation network

Bestmile and INIT have announced a partnership to incorporate driverless vehicles into public transport in order to provide fully integrated mobility solutions.

The companies will collaborate to integrate their respective backend software platforms to offer turn-key solutions that allow public transport operators to seamlessly connect autonomous mobility services with mass transit transportation networks.

Bestmile offers mobility services cloud platform that has demonstrated the ability to manage autonomous, vehicle-agnostic mobility services with multi-modal integration in public transit.

INIT is one of the leading suppliers of integrated planning, dispatching, telematics and ticketing systems for bus and rail networks. The company has more than 35 years of experience, and a unique understanding of public transit. This know-how is crucial for integrating innovative mobility offerings into a strong mass transit backbone.

As a result, dispatchers in the control center will be able to track all transport services comfortably within one monitoring system, which is the ideal way to efficiently integrate of first and last-mile services into the core business of public transit agencies. The partnership of Bestmile and INIT allows smart transit providers to strive for service excellence while making mass transit the strong backbone of a city’s mobility solution.

Together, the companies will develop mobility solutions for driverless vehicle fleets incorporated into traditional transportation systems, including key components required in today’s modern public transport environments such as real-time traveler information systems, planning or ticketing.

Autonomous first and last-mile services that bring travelers to and from transit hubs have the potential to make public transit more convenient and accessible while boosting ridership and revenue – with minimal new infrastructure.

The ability to integrate with public transit back end systems to synchronize schedules and optimize service performance is key. Service providers can also cost-effectively reach new service areas that may not be suitable for larger vehicle transport.

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