Over the next four years, Innovactory International and Mobility Mixx will support travelers in the area between Utrecht and Eindhoven in their mobility needs. In addition, they encourage them to use other forms of mobility by showing motorists on the A2 smart alternatives to get to their destination. With their existing MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) apps Gaiyo and Mixx, the two parties offer a complete solution to help travelers with their mobility needs. Innovationctor and Mobility Mixx have many years of experience in changing the behavior of travelers and have successfully completed large-scale projects.
Gaiyo, one app for all your transport
The Gaiyo app mainly focuses on the consumer and functions as a personal travel assistant, providing a real-time overview of all available (sub) transport options and combinations, complete with rates, possible departure and arrival times, routes, traffic jams and parking options. With one account, the user can plan, book and pay for (partial) transport.
Mixx, the platform for tailor-made business mobility
reis's travel platform Mobility Mixx offers employees and employers the most complete solution to make commuting and business travel flexible, sustainable and affordable. With a Mixx account, colleagues have access to all desired forms of transport and additional services. The declaration and settlement of travel expenses is largely done automatically with the Mixx app and the Mixx portal. The management platform allows employers to offer travel arrangements that suit the modern employer; 'Travel differently' and Hybrid Working. So: smarter travel, fewer contracts and contact points, automatically booked and paid afterwards.
The added value of MaaS
The MaaS project on the A2 is part of the mobility approach within the MIRT program A2 Deil-Vught, in which the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Rijkswaterstaat, the Province of Noord-Brabant, the Rivierenland Region and the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch are involved. The area around the A2 corridor highway between Amsterdam/Utrecht and 's-Hertogenbosch/Eindhoven, and in particular the Deil – Vught section, is an essential part of the accessibility of Noord-Brabant and Rivierenland. The A2 threatens to become one of the largest congestion bottlenecks in the Netherlands between the Deil and Vught interchanges. The goal has been set at national, provincial and regional level to improve the traffic flow in this area. The focus is mainly on the use of smart, innovative and sustainable mobility concepts.
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