TRAFI: a new tool to support India in improving its urban mobility system!
On the 13th of April, TRAFI has officially announced that their app is available for habitants from Mumbai and Bangalore (as a first step).
This Lithuanian company founded 3 years ago is proposing an application to support urban mobility, fully adapted to emerging countries.
How it works?
TRAFI app combines real-time data from official transport public and its users to predict the journey of public transport. They are using crowdsoucing to collect data from users. They can alert others in case of car crash, for example. It is the same principle as the “Waze community”.
Their strength comes from the quality of their method of analyzing and combining public and private data to get very accurate information !
- Route search
- Schedules and timetables
- News feed with live information
- Interactive stops map
- Real time information
- Next arrival times in your stop
- Favorites – users can save their frequently used stops, home and work locations for quick access.
So far, the app is available in : Brazil, Turkey, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia… and now India !
After having been selected by Rio for the upcoming Olympic Games, TRAFI is now entering the Indian market. Let’s follow closely their development in the coming months!