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Trufi to Map Public Transport in Mauritania’s Capital

Trufi will create the first thorough public transport map of Nouakchott, Mauritania. There is currently no accurate map, no app, no website.

21-year-old Developer Makes a Public Transport App for his Hometown in Morocco – with Trufi

A young Moroccan developer has created a new app called Corsa Tétoua‪n, and he single-handedly mapped the city’s entire public transport network.

VIDEO: The Public Transport App for Cyclists – Not Without My Bike

Our public transport app for cyclists, Not Without My Bike is the only app that helps cyclists create itineraries that combine cycling and public transport. This is our presentation to the International Transportation Summit.

route:able – the Trufi App for People with Limited Mobility – Winner of the MobiData BW Hackathon

route:able – a new fork of the Trufi App helps people with mobility issues avoid out-of-service elevators and pick their best public transport route.

An App for Multimodal Journeys by Bike – Trufi’s ITS Hackathon Winner

A new Trufi Bike App will let bike riders blend cycling journeys with public transport in ways no other app can do.

Hackathon or no Hackathon: Hack on!

We are conducting our #TrufiAppHackathon in parallel with #SmartDevelopmentHack – new features to tackle problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Plan Social Distancing on Public Transport with the Trufi App

Trufi Association has applied to participate in the #SmartDevelopmentHack hackathon to prove that our app can improve social distancing on public transport.

‘Transportation Colonialism’ and Inequality

I could easily believe that this content is about any major American city — today — not Nairobi in 1989.

Ebola and its Rival Killer: Cars

Automobiles kill 30 times more people every month than Ebola has killed ever – since the first confirmed case in 1976.

E-bike is to Bike what Trolling Motor is to Rowboat

Pedal-powered purists love to make equivalency between e-bikes and scooters, e-bikes and mopeds, or even e-bikes and dirt bikes.

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