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If you need to get anywhere by mass transit, you need Moovit. And it works almost everywhere. ​ Moovit uses your GPS location to show you routes, schedules and approximate time for the journey. It keeps getting better, with features like real-time arrival updates and a feature for using bike-sharing to get to your destination. It will open up a new world for you, even if you just travel domestically.

USA Today, 24 May 2019

Uber Partners With Moovit on London’s Public Transportation

The ride-sharing company will offer Londoners live bus and tube arrival times via its app, using Moovit’s interface

CTech, 5 May 2019

Intelligent Transportation Technology And Your Quality Of Life

Apps like Moovit help users find the best public transit options in their respective cities. Such apps also use crowd-sourced data (real-time user input) to enhance the public transit experience for other members.

Forbes, 3 Apr 2019

Transit Agencies Just Landed a Windfall. What Now?

Before transit agencies spend billions on infrastructure, they should consider investing a fraction of the cost in a technology solution that can help anticipate future mobility demand and manage every aspect of a commuter’s daily travel. Simply upgrading the status quo won’t cut it - Nir Erez

Mass Transit Magazine, 20 Mar 2019

Moovit's Pedro Palhares at UITP - 6th Seminar for LATAM

Moovit's Mauricio Del Hierro and Pedro Palhares presented Moovit's Mobility as a Service (MaaS) solutions at UITP in São Paul (presentation in Portuguese).

UITP LATAM, 18 Mar 2019

Moovit taps SpotHero to show parking spots in multi-modal transit app

"Moovit is committed to simplifying urban mobility with our app as the one stop for all your stops, and we believe parking is a critical piece of the mobility puzzle.” — Yovav Meydad

VentureBeat, 12 Mar 2019

Can 350 More San Francisco Parking Garages Get People On Public Transportation?

"We discovered that many drivers, had they only known where to park their cars, and what transit line they should take, would actually change their habits.” — Yovav Meydad

Forbes, 12 Mar 2019

Effective MaaS Strategies: Subscription Services and the Holistic Approach

"Moovit believes Mobility as a Service (MaaS) can make smart cities smarter. Before we spend billions of dollars on new capital projects, we should leverage data, analytics, and technology to better utilize infrastructure.” — Frank Kopas

APTAU FutureView Webinar, 6 Mar 2019

Real-time, integrated and connected: the bright, app-based future of public transport

"...[Moovit's] goal is to get involved and impact every urban ride around the world, either directly with our app or through our partnerships with the likes of Uber, Microsoft and TomTom” — Nir Erez

Intelligent Transport, 20 Feb 2019

Moovit, TomTom and Microsoft introduce comprehensive multi-modal trip planner

"This new trip planner offers real-time drive, park and transport information within one package, which no other urban mobility solution currently does."

Intelligent Transport, 12 Feb 2019

New multimodal trip planners target road users

"’s more than just connecting from a bus, to the underground, to a scooter; it’s about how drivers connect to the public transport grid” — Yovav Meydad

Cities Today, 12 Feb 2019

Mobility leaders and Microsoft develop multi-modal trip planner

"Moovit and TomTom have teamed with Microsoft to introduce a comprehensive multi-modal trip planner. The urban mobility partners’ solution seeks to reduce congestion in cities and that will enable developers to build richer apps for consumers to get around their cities."

SmartCitiesWorld, 12 Feb 2019

Uber adds public transit to app as it expands transportation beyond traditional rides

"Uber is working with transit data company Moovit, which has data from more than 7,000 transit agencies worldwide, for its real-time information and directions."

USA Today, 31 Jan 2019

Uber adds public transportation to its app, starting with Denver

"Uber integrated this public transportation information through a partnership with the urban mobility app Moovit, which provides real-time transit data and route planning around the world."

CNET, 31 Jan 2019

Supply and demand: how data collection and analysis became the key to unlocking MaaS

"Yovav Meydad, Moovit’s Chief Marketing and Growth Officer, speaks to Intelligent Transport about how a community-driven approach to transport information collection led to the world’s largest transport data repository, and how meeting the demand for reliable transport data has become key in developing MaaS solutions."

Intelligent Transport, 7 Jan 2019

Moovit Helps 300M People Catch Their Bus Every Day

"The company is adding 1 million new users every day and maps an entirely new city every 15 hours—all for free.” — Nir Erez

PCMag, 17 Dec 2018

Choked on Traffic Congestion? MaaS Platforms are the Antidote

Nir Erez writes an opinion piece in New Cities describing how MaaS platforms for cities will be the antidote to current mobility woes.

New Cities, 29 Nov 2018

Exclusive: Safety and time are women's biggest concerns about transport - global poll

“You can’t easily or quickly put more lanes on a bridge or rails in a tunnel ... but you can use data to regulate the influx of traffic and change the way people use transport.” -- Steve Swasey

Reuters, 14 Nov 2018

BMW Moving Minds with Moovit Co-Founder and CEO Nir Erez

BMW Group interviewed Nir Erez while driving the streets of Lisbon during Web Summit. Nir espouses management advice and announces Moovit’s partnership with Microsoft Azure Maps.

BMW Moving Minds, 12 Nov 2018

Moovit partners with Microsoft to provide public transit data for Azure Maps

Moovit will migrate its products and services to Microsoft Azure, and it will potentially incorporate services such as Microsoft Cortana to deliver real-time transit information for a user’s commute.

VentureBeat, 6 Nov 2018

Nir Erez, Moovit at Web Summit 2018: How data can drastically improve urban mobility

Nir Erez speaks to Mashable UK's Anne-Marie Tomchak at Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal about Moovit's vision for the future of urban mobility and crowdsourcing. Erez also announces Moovit's latest partnership with Microsoft to integrate Moovit's public transit APIs to Azure Maps to help developers build richer apps.

WebSummit, 6 Nov 2018

Moovit Big Data Helps EMT Madrid Improve Urban Mobility in Madrid

EMT Madrid will maximize Moovit’s Big Data to improve public transport in Madrid and provide riders with an improved service and a more efficient journey.

Madrid for You, 26 Oct 2018

Amazon Web Services Interviews Moovit

Amazon Web Services interviewed Moovit's Anan Kenig and Steve Swasey.

Amazon Web Services, Oct 2018

Data systems can be the air traffic control tower of urban mobility

“The brain and nerve centre for urban mobility will be data systems that manage every aspect of a commuter’s daily travel.” -- Nir Erez

Cities Today, 5 Oct 2018

Data and Infrastructure Will Revolutionize the Transit Industry

Moovit Co-founder and CEO Nir Erez spoke at the conference on innovation held by Calcalist at the Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris, saying data gathered by Moovit and others will transform urban mobility, including converting parking lots to drop off and pick up spots for on-demand rides.

Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris, 3 October, 2018

5 Tech Ideas Making Multimodal Transportation Easier And Cheaper

"[Moovit is] somewhere between individual-focused Waze and Reddit in user-interface but aims to solve the broad public policy problem of transportation unknowns in disconnected areas."

Forbes, 30 Sept 2018

Nir Erez: Tech Shouldn’t Be Limited to the Affluent

"The greatest impact technologists can make is to solve problems for both highly affluent communities, as well as poverty stricken areas. Technology equality should not be limited to high GDP countries." -- Nir Erez

Techonomy, 27 Sept 2018

An End to the Rush Hour Crush? How Data is Liberating Rail and Road

Moovit’s information offers transport policymakers an unprecedented insight into the preferences and routes of the population.

The Times UK, 12 Sept 2018

Guest Op-Ed: Revolutionizing Transport Systems Using the Power of Data

"If we use data in a smart way, governments, municipalities and transit authorities can better utilize systems that are already in place." -- Roy Bick

Eno Transportation Weekly, 27 July 2018

In Conversation with the Newsmaker

“The beauty of technology is that it advances and gets bigger, stronger, and faster every day. Moovit’s opportunity is to continue to improve its application and improve the quality of data that it generates and then turn that data back to the communities it serves.” -- Steve Swasey

Beyond Exclamation, 27 July 2018

Say Goodbye to Owning Your Own Car

Nir Erez believes that data companies like Moovit will be the "brains and hearts" of the new transportation model. Those central operating systems will be fueled with data by Moovit and other data companies that know all the people movement in the city. According to Erez, autonomous ride sharing and public transit will complement each other.

U.S. News & World Report, 17 July 2018

How Driverless Cars Are Going to Change Cities

"[Moovit], which tracks anonymized user data to create a real-time picture of public-transit use, could use such data to help robot taxis know where and when to deploy to meet demand."

The Wall Street Journal, 26 June 2018

Data Centers on Wheels: How Intel Plans to Capitalize on Mobility

“The data on transportation patterns amassed through Moovit’s free trip planner app could be valuable to non-transportation entities such as school systems, sports teams, hospitals, and real estate companies.”

Xconomy, 11 June 2018

Why Is It So Hard to Figure Out When the Bus Is Coming?

“Just looking at this [Moovit] already, I feel like it makes things more user-friendly.” -- Joseph Cunningham, a senior studying GIS at University of Maryland.

CityLab, 17 May 2018

Do you take public transit? Move it with Moovit [App of the Week]

"While Googling when the next bus is coming can sometimes be an effective (if aggravating) experience, there are better solutions. Enter Moovit, a transit app on iOS and Android.”

MobileSyrup, 12 May 2018

Moovit CEO: How Mobility Data Makes Cities Smart

“The changes in the way people move in the city over the next five to 10 years will be more dramatic and aggressive than they were in the past 100 years.” -- Nir Erez, 7 March 2018

Be My Eyes and Moovit Join Forces to Make Public Transit More Accessible

“We have taken many steps to ensure the Moovit app is accessible for users with blindness or vision loss, and we are always delighted to work with like-minded companies such as Be My Eyes to create a seamless experience for these transit riders.” -- Steve Swasey

Mass Transit, 29 January 2018

Moovit App Review

"Moovit is a useful service that will suit both the inhabitants of large cities and lovers of interesting travel."

Free Apps For Me, 29 December 2017

16 apps everyone should use to make life easier while traveling

Moovit is a powerful local transit app that constantly updates, so you won't get lost or waste time waiting for a bus that's not coming. Unlike apps like Google Maps, you won't have to check your phone constantly during your subway, train, or bus ride since Moovit tells you exactly how many stops are left until you need to get off.

Business Insider UK, 28 December 2017

Moovit Is On A Mission To Speed Up The Bus Ride For Commuters Worldwide

"Urban mobility is a global concern…(Moovit's) transit data could dramatically improve the quality of life of our cities." -- Gili Raanan

Forbes, 19 December 2017

This app will help commuters survive the so-called summer of hell in New York City

"Moovit's precision makes the app essential if you primarily use public transportation to get around major cities."

CNBC, 10 July 2017

Moovit wants to use its crowdsourced mapping data to transform public transportation

“Our data is very accurate...We don’t have any competition.” -- Yovav Meydad

VentureBeat, 5 July 2017

Moovit's "game changing" tool for better urban mobility

"Its “game changing” features include access to an “unprecedented” amount of data available on public transport in cities worldwide."

Smart Cities World, 20 June 2017