In order to achieve a reduction in motorized private transport and its environmentally harmful effects, the means of transport of the environmental network are to be strengthened. By interlinking cycling, sharing services and local public transport, Dresden’s public transport operators want to create a multi- or intermodal service that makes the use of public transport more attractive.

Intermodal mobility points will be created at central points in the city, where the various services such as car sharing and bicycle rental systems will be made available close to public transport. Users will be able to use both new and existing mobility services via a mobility platform by registering once (“single sign-on”). To this end, the information and booking systems that have operated side by side to date must be merged. In addition, multi-modal and, in a further step, intermodal routing is to be implemented.

As part of the development of the platform, MRK is supporting Dresdner Verkehrsbetriebe in the creation of the associated specifications. The requirements specification represents the blueprint for the platform to be developed later. In addition to functional requirements management, the integration of the various mobility services and their frontend and backend requirements are key tasks.