From A to Brainport
The Brainport Eindhoven region is the smartest region. Nevertheless, travelling from A to B takes more and more time. It’s busy on the road and in public transport. And there’s parking problems, day in day out … There must be smarter ways!
Brainport wouldn’t be Brainport if we couldn’t find a solution. And there are smart solutions, right now. Solutions that make your journey as fast as possible, easier and more sustainable. Just take a shared scooter for a change. Or travel by public transport, share your car, use P&R or take a shared bicycle. The TURNN app shows you the best way to travel.
This is how it works
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CONNECTED TRANSPORT COMPANIES
The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and seven regions have joined forces in developing seven nationally scalable Maas pilots. A market party – also called a MaaS provider– is developing a MaaS ¬app for each pilot. The Ministry and the seven regions have stated a number of conditions in order to qualify to become a MaaS provider.
It goes without saying that the selected party must develop an app that allows users to travel, plan, book and pay simply and carefree. Another condition is that the selected party as well as the respective transport companies will share all the data they obtained – privacy-proof of course – with one another and the government bodies involved. A condition that applies to each of the pilots is that the MAAS provider has to operate independently after a runtime of two to three years.