Use Cases on BABLE are real-world reference projects sharing insights and learnings to show you what is already possible. Each Use Case contains a list of achieved benefits, driving factors, financial information, advices for replication and links to relevant Solutions and the implemented Products. There is also the opportunity to contact the BABLE users who participated in implementing and managing the Use Case.
Integrated on-demand mobility for a strong public transport system
The on-demand service has been successfully on the road since 2018 and was expanded to Billbrook in 2019. As a result, ioki Hamburg now not only improves the accessibility of public transport in the inner city, but also the connection in the surrounding areas (Stormarn and Harburg districts).
Digitalised ASL/ALT transport in rural areas
The new 'Wittlich Shuttle' can be booked on demand and via the app. It has been successfully in use since 2018 and has seen an increase in passengers of up to 400% compared to the previous city bus. Even during the Corona crisis, the concept has proven to be safe, needs-based and flexible.
On-call company transport as a flexible and sustainable alternative to...
Thanks to digitalisation and optimisation, a total of 14 accessible vehicles have been successfully operating between the Bonn, Darmstadt and Frankfurt sites. Since then, the company transport service has offered Telekom employees a flexible and sustainable alternative to a company car.
Optimisation and digitalisation of an existing regular service in...
After the service was launched it has been booked by over 16,000 passengers to date. The advance booking function in particular is very popular and has been used for almost 90% of journeys to date. This allows residents and tourists in the region to plan their journeys in advance and safely.
On-demand mobility in Watford District's rural areas
The introduction of the flexibly bookable ondemand shuttle has relieved urban traffic and created a sustainable alternative to motorised individual transport. The digitalisation of transport enables the bundling of journeys and thus increases the efficiency of inner-city mobility.