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Munich to launch on-demand public mobility service

By maximising the use of automotive vehicles within the city, the project will help Munich accelerate its long-term goals of having fewer cars on the roads and creating better quality of life for its citizens

The Munich Transport Company (MVG) is expanding its individual public transport network by introducing an on-demand public transport service: the MVG IsarTiger.

Bolstering existing public transport options in Munich such as subways, trams, busses, MVG Rad and CarSharing, the new mobility project will begin its pilot mid-June.

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