Sydney, Australia – 27 October 2021: Global Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) tech enabler SkedGo is increasing its routing algorithm across Germany, enabling governments, corporations and start-ups to build countrywide MaaS solutions.

Accessed via SkedGo’s API, SDK and white label integrations, organisations can now incorporate data from more than 1,000 transport operators across Germany into their own journey planning apps. Users can compare and combine multiple transport modes including train, bus, tram, shared micromobility, taxi and car share, with bespoke routing for pedestrians, cyclists and wheelchair users. 

John Nuutinen, CEO of SkedGo, says: “MaaS is not only for city dwellers and the expansion of our technology across Germany reflects a continued commitment to make MaaS a functional, efficient, and sustainable option for all.

“In light of the European Green Deal and the global focus on reducing carbon emissions, it is clear our travel behaviours need to adapt. As well as combining transport options, our API provides detail on the quantity of CO2 produced from each journey, so passengers can make informed decisions.”

SkedGo’s algorithm coverage expansion will enable passengers to combine transport modes in major cities such as Hamburg, Berlin, Dortmund, Cologne, Stuttgart and Munich, as well as more rural regions in Germany. 

In Europe, SkedGo’s API, SDK and white label products also provide routing options in countries including Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. For further information, please visit skedgo.com 

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About SkedGo 

SkedGo was founded in 2009. Its HQ is in Sydney, Australia and the enterprise has teams in Germany, UK, Vietnam and Argentina. SkedGo provides the technological building blocks, which include its award-winning TripGo API, to create optimal MaaS solutions for governments, leading start-ups and corporations. 

In 2016, TripGo spin-off RioGo won the official Rio Olympic City Transport challenge for the Olympic games. In 2017, SkedGo was named Gartner Cool Vendor for Smart Cities Applications and Solutions. Also in 2017, SkedGo won the Smart Cities & Accessibility Challenge run by the NSW Department of Finance, Service and Innovation with Transport for NSW and Slingshot to include more features for wheelchair users. 

In 2018, TripGo was named ‘Best Smartphone App’ by industry publication Business MaaS. Strategic consultancy Ptolemus nominated SkedGo as ‘Best Mobility Platform Provider’ in 2019.  

In 2020, SkedGo was awarded Smart City Platform of the year at the Future Digital Awards.

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