1. Together with the district of Karlsruhe, the city of Ettlingen, the Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund (KVV) and the Regionalbusverkehr Südwest (RVS), moovel has announced the launch of "MyShuttle". With the timetable change on June 9, 2019, the first on-demand ridesharing offering in the KVV network will be available. The new form of mobility will be using electric mini-buses that users can book and pay for with just a few clicks via the smartphone app "KVV.mobil". The vehicles do not travel according to a fixed timetable, but serve about 250 virtual start and destination points within the city centre on demand. Ettlingen will initially serve as a lab for the new service until the end of 2020, which will expand and supplement the mobility offerings in the evening hours and on Sundays.

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  2. The moovel (becoming REACH NOW) Group GmbH will be present at the Global Public Transport Summit (GPTS) in Stockholm from 9 to 12 June 2019 in Hall A. In addition to the current product portfolio, the Mobility-as-a-Service pioneer will be presenting the "Mobility Budget" for the first time. The GPTS has been around for 130 years and is according to its own data the largest fair on sustainable mobility.

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  3. The Alexandria Transit Company (DASH) and moovel (becoming REACH NOW), the leading provider of mobile ticketing solutions in North America, announced today the launch of the first mobile ticketing app serving buses in the Washington, D.C. area. The DASHBus app provides a convenient fare payment and value-loading option for DASH bus riders, especially during times when SmartTrip ticket vending machines (TVMs) are not available at WMATA’s Alexandria Metrorail stops.

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  4. moovel (becoming REACH NOW), the leading provider of mobile ticketing solutions in North America, announced Wednesday that it has acquired Validated, a technology company that allows businesses, universities, retailers and restaurants to subsidize transportation for customers and employees and helps drive retail traffic to brick-and-mortar stores by offering ride subsidies to users of shared mobility services.

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  5. Metro Transit is partnering with moovel (becoming REACH NOW), the leading provider of mobile ticketing applications in North America, to pilot a new mobile app that will allow Metro Transit customers to purchase transit fares direct to their mobile device for select transit trips. The Metro Mobile app, available on iOS and Android devices, will begin as a pilot program to test how mobile ticketing works on the Metro Transit system.

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  6. moovel North America (becoming REACH NOW), the leading provider of public transit mobile ticketing solutions in North America, joined TriMet and INIT Tuesday to announce that Portland-Vancouver area transit riders who use iPhones and Apple Watches are now able to add a Hop Fastpass® to Apple Wallet and use just their iPhone and Apple Watch to ride TriMet, C-TRAN and the Portland Streetcar. Hop Card in iPhone provides a convenient option for public transit riders to tap and pay with stored value using just their Apple devices.

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  7. The moovel Group GmbH has launched an app-based mobility budget for more than 3,000 Daimler Financial Services employees in Germany: The ”Mobility Budget" includes a credit, which employees can use according to their personal preferences and book and pay for various mobility services using moovel's multimodal apps. The services include bus and train, the car sharing services car2go and DriveNow, the ridehailing service mytaxi and rental bikes. All offers can be booked and paid for directly via moovel apps - depending on availability in the respective city.

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  8. Together with Tokyu Corporation, East Japan Railway Company and East Japan Marketing & Communications, Inc., the moovel Group is now testing its MaaS platform in the Izu region, south of Tokyo: The "Izuko" app displays connections and departure times of buses and trains throughout the Izu region. If users choose to travel by bus or train, they can buy their ticket in the app with just a few clicks and immediately receive their digital ticket. In addition to the bus and train offers, the app provides information on available rental bicycles from the regional bicycle rental companies Hello Cycling and Izu Potter as well as vehicles from the car rental company JR Rent-A-Car. In addition, an on-demand ridesharing service can be booked free of charge via the app. The app was developed by moovel Group GmbH, a joint venture of Daimler AG and the BMW Group. With the launch of the "Izuko" app, MaaS pioneer moovel is launching its first application in the Asian market.

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  9. The BMW Group and Daimler AG are pooling their mobility services to create a new global player providing sustainable urban mobility for customers. The two companies are investing more than €1 billion in total to develop and more closely intermesh their offerings for car-sharing, ride-hailing, parking, charging and multimodal transport. The cooperation comprises five joint ventures: REACH NOW for multimodal services, CHARGE NOW for charging, FREE NOW for taxi ride-hailing, PARK NOW for parking and SHARE NOW for car-sharing.

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  10. moovel Group GmbH has a customer base of 6.5 million people as of 31 January 2019, reflecting a growth rate of 69 percent in the last 12 months. Apps such as "Mobil in Düsseldorf" underline the innovative strength of the tech company. In the USA, moovel cooperates with 18 transportation companies, underscoring its market leadership in the field of mobile ticketing solutions for local transportation companies.

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