For the next four years, Innovactory (now Gaiyo) will be commissioned by the province of Gelderland to help motorists traveling along the A2, between Utrecht and Eindhoven, use other forms of transportation. Using the existing transportation app Gaiyo, the company is offering the service for both the province and the traveler to turn motorists into choice travelers. The project is part of the mobility approach within the MIRT program A2 Deil-Vught, which involves the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Rijkswaterstaat, Province of North Brabant, Region Rivierenland and the municipality of ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
The added value of MaaS
The MaaS project on the A2 is part of the short-term measures within the A2 MIRT program. The area around the A2 highway corridor between Amsterdam/Utrecht and ‘s-Hertogenbosch/Eindhoven, and in particular the section Deil – Vught, is an essential part of the accessibility of North Brabant and Rivierenland. The A2 between the Deil and Vught interchanges threatens to grow into one of the largest congestion bottlenecks in the Netherlands. At the national, provincial and regional levels, the goal has been set to improve traffic flow in this area. The focus is mainly on the deployment of smart, innovative and sustainable mobility concepts.
Gaiyo, one app for all your transportation
The app functions as a personal travel assistant, providing a real-time overview of all available (partial) transportation options and combinations, complete with fares, possible departure and arrival times, routes, traffic jams and parking options. Gaiyo shows all the shared transport (such as shared bike, scooter or car) in your area. With one account, users can plan, book and pay for (shared) transportation.
Curious about the app? Gaiyo is available for anyone to download from the Google Play Store or the App Store. For more information, visit www.gaiyo.com and download the app.