TRAFI App launched in India

TRAFI, the international public transport app that helps you plan your city journey is launched in India today in the key metro cities – Mumbai and Bengaluru.

TRAFI is globally the most accurate urban commute planning tool through its unique algorithms,supported by real-time data.“This will be a great help for commuters in large cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru where complexity of transport networks and lack of accurate and complete information currently makes it difficult to plan their journeys. TRAFI’s highly accurate real-time focused approach offers the highest accuracy of information, showing you what really happens in your city right now” said, Martynas Gudonavičius, Co-Founder and CEO of TRAFI.

He further added: “All over India improving public transport is a hot topic, central to the Smart Cities agenda of government. For that reason, TRAFI has decided to do its part in helping India improve, by spending over $1M during 2016 on delivering better information about public transport in all major cities of India”.

In fact the real time function of the application, which is supported by GPS data, allows for people to see public transport move on a city map, in the same way as Taxi aggregator applications, giving them complete confidence in public transport.

The core objective of TRAFI,is to make public transport use more convenient for people, will help to reduce congestion, accidents, green house gases and health issues significantly that our cities face every day forcing them to take extraordinary measures like the Odd-Even in Delhi and a similar fate awaiting Mumbai.

TRAFI, which was founded in Lithuania in 2013, provides precise journey planning information, through strategic cooperation with transit authorities. The team’s focus is on high-growth emerging markets, where they use predictive technology to look at local traffic patterns and then apply TRAFI’s algorithm to calculate exact journey times.

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