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Munich to launch on-demand public mobility service

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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