First particulate matter alarm: Travel for half-price on local public transport with moovel – and with a bit of luck, even free of charge.
- From Thursday, October 27, 0:00 a.m., journeys with local public transport are 50 percent cheaper with the moovel app – and with a bit of luck, completely free of charge
- Until the end of the particulate matter alert, it is not only prices with the VVS which are cheaper with the moovel app, prices for car2go are also reduced to just 19 cents per minute
- The offer is valid until the end of the particulate matter alert throughout the entire Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart (VVS) region
Stuttgart. From Thursday, October 27, 0:00 a.m. moovel is again supporting the particulate matter alarm activities of the city of Stuttgart. Until the end of the particulate matter alarm, moovel passes on the cheaper prices for car2go and VVS to the users of the moovel app. Additionally moovel customers also have the chance of travelling by bus and train within the VVS region absolutely free of charge.
For the first time in the actual particulate matter alarm season, the city of Stuttgart calls on his residents to use public transportation instead of the car to reduce particulate matter. From Thursday, October 27, 0:00 a.m. moovel passes on the cheaper prices for VVS and car2go to the users of the moovel app. Additionally, moovel customers also have the chance of travelling by bus and train within the VVS region absolutely free of charge. A random generator decides with each ticket purchase made via the moovel app whether moovel will bear the costs of the VVS tickets purchased. The probability that a moovel customer can travel absolutely free of charge lies at 50%. Directly after the booking, the user will be informed by a push message and in the invoice whether the booking is free of charge or not. This offer is valid throughout the entire VVS region until the end of the alert and is only available via the moovel app.
Search for, book and pay for mobility with a single app
Multimodal mobility platforms such as moovel help make the designing of transport in cities easier and more sustainable. The moovel mobility app, which is free for iOS and Android devices, combines local public transport, the car-sharing provider car2go, rental bicycles, mytaxi, Taxi-Ruf, and Deutsche Bahn. Throughout Germany, car2go, mytaxi and Deutsche Bahn can directly and easily be booked and paid for via the moovel app. In Stuttgart and Hamburg, moovel also offers the booking and payment of local public transport tickets in the VVS and Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV) directly in the app. As the first provider worldwide, moovel has created a true "one-stop-shop" for urban mobility in the two cities.
Further information ist available at: moovel.com/stuttgart.