Partnerystės

Uber to partner with Lithuanian startup champion TRAFI to help complement public transport

2016 rugsėjo 8 / Lietuva

We’ve all faced the problem – you need to get from point A to B but don’t know which route to take to get there the fastest, in the most convenient or even the most affordable way. Best to walk to the bus station, get the first bus to the next station then catch the train? Or just drive the car the whole way?

Today we’re excited to announce a partnership with TRAFI aiming to get people in the Baltics around their cities as hassle free as possible. TRAFI is a really exciting transportation app and one of Lithuania’s startup champions.

Thanks to TRAFI’s app, you can already today find smart solutions to your everyday commute. By integrating Uber’s API, TRAFI users will soon also be able access an additional way to get around your city. Over the next months we will work on setting up even more features allowing you to connect your public transport options with Uber so  you can move around in the most reliable, affordable and convenient way – and allowing you to leave your car at home for good.

“We are excited about this new partnership with TRAFI. Providing smarter and more reliable mobility solutions is at the heart of what both companies do and by launching this cooperation we want to ensure people across the Baltics can get around their city in the smartest way possible and rely less on their personal car. More and more people are choosing to go car-free and today’s partnership makes it easier to do so,” Enn Metsar, General Manager for Uber in the Baltics

“At TRAFI we have always strived to achieve the most efficient way to get around the city. By enabling multi-modal solutions we will not only provide a wider set of travelling options, but also empower areas less well connected suffering from bad public transit infrastructure. Integrating Uber into the equation allows people to choose efficient transit options while being able to hail a ride and use public transit,” says Martynas Gudonavicius, TRAFI CEO.