The volume of traffic in Europe is increasing and personal mobility is becoming increasingly important in people's lives. But public transport infrastructure is not growing at the same rate. So how can we prevent travellers from increasingly using cars again in the future and bottlenecks in public transport? By exploiting the potential of the existing mobility offer through easy access to cross-border, multimodal travel information. "Linking of services" makes this possible. This not only enables seamless travel chains, but also strengthens the individual local systems.
"Linking of services" can be used to link isolated systems across operators and borders. The project developed a distributed travel planning pilot service, the "Danube Region Journey Planner", in a transnational semi-operative environment and thus demonstrates the feasibility and suitability of "Linking of Services" with regard to clearly defined use cases. Learn more about the achievements in the LinkingDanube Video.