UK based TRAFI, an app which provides bus and train times across countries like Russia, Latvia, Estonia, Taiwan, Turkey, Lithuania and Brazil, has launched its services in Pune. The company said that the app has been available in Mumbai and Bangalore since April this year. The app is available in both English and Hindi. TRAFI allows users to search for routes on buses, trains and metros, see timetables of public transport services as well as nearby stops. It provides bus number, the route, the stops and the time in which a bus will reach or start from specific stops. While checking the stops on various bus points, the app also prompts a “How often do you use this route” question. Namasthae! We are live now in PUNE, India! #Trafi #Trafiapp #app #Pune #India #publictransit pic.twitter.com/w3pYtmAnHc — TRAFI (@TrafiApp) June 7, 2016 Users can save routes, favourite them and use the app offline. TRAFI also has a ‘news and reports’ section on the app which lets users follow hashtags to get bite sized updates on incidents, transport updates and suggesting app improvements in the city. A user can then ‘thank’ or leave a comment on the other user’s post. They can also share or flag the post. Tie up with PMC: The company said that it will offer dashboard, analytics and fleet solutions to the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), for which it has partnered with it, the Smart Cities team and the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP). TRAFI and PMC…
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