Mobility inside links transportation companies and associations throughout Germany for users to access their offers all in one app. They receive information on travel routes within the participating regions as well as between the regions using long-distance transportation and on connections. The app includes not only local and inter-network public transport connections, but also sharing offers. The goal is to eventually unite all public transportation on one platform and to be able to plan all trips by bus, train, bike and car nationwide and book tickets door-to-door with a single app.
Mobility inside links the regions of Munich, Rhine-Main, Rhine-Neckar, Ruhr, Leipzig, Greifswald und Nürnberg. Participating transport associations / companies are:
You can view travel connections throughout Germany (including sharing offers) and purchase public transport tickets in the participating regions. In addition, it is possible to purchase long-distance tickets from Deutsche Bahn (booking forwarded to the provider via the app).
Please use the contact options in the app, which you can find under "Account → Support → Contact us".
No, unfortunately you cannot use the app offline, as a connection is required for the routing and ticket purchase functions. However, tickets already purchased are stored in the wallet and can be viewed without an active connection.
As soon as you have registered once, all offers such as ticket purchasing are available to you. The other functions of the app, such as connection information that does not require personal information, can be used without a user account.
DSGVO is the GDPR in German. GDPR is the abbreviation for "General Data Protection Regulation". The GDPR is an EU law that regulates the protection of all individuals whose personal data is processed by other entities. In particular, the GDPR regulates the extent to which personal data may be processed. In addition, the GDPR regulates the rights of data subjects whose data is processed.
"Personal data" is any information relating to a natural person who can theoretically be identified. In other words, personal data exists if conclusions can be drawn about an individual person based on the information. In addition to names, addresses or telephone numbers, personal data may also include device information (e.g. IP addresses). By contrast, information that relates solely to companies or things, for example, so that there is no reference to natural persons, is not personal data.
App users can correct or supplement the data they have entered themselves in the app (e.g., in the user account). When the data is mandatory, it cannot be deleted. In principle, app users can require their personal data to be corrected or completed by the respective app provider if the latter is incorrect or incomplete. The app provider must then follow suit if the legal requirements are met. The user can contact the relevant app provider and their contact details can be found in the app’s current data protection information.
Yes, you can use the app without sharing your location. You then enter the starting point and the arrival destination via the input fields. Without sharing the location, your current position cannot be determined and you cannot be located on the map.
Yes, the app is compliant with the guidelines of the General Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO).
In principle, the app can also be used without registration/user account. In this case, under certain circumstances, the user’s personal data may nevertheless be processed, for example in the context of timetable information (e.g. location data). Detailed information on the scope of data processing can be found in the app's current data privacy statements.
The app stores location data as well as personal data (including IP address, email address) for sending error analyses and crash reports to ensure the functionality of the app as well as for logging app usage to enable the improvement of app functionalities. Detailed information on the scope of data processing can be found in the respective current privacy information of the app.
The respective app provider is responsible for data processing in the app. The app provider determines the purposes and scope of data processing. In addition, there are multiple service providers who process the user’s personal data on behalf of and in accordance with the app providers. Detailed information about the various bodies that process personal data in connection with the app can be found in the app's current data protection information.
Users, who have their personal data processed, have specific rights regarding the relevant app providers under certain circumstances:
Detailed information on the various data protection rights can be found in the app's current data protection information.
If users of the app want to know whether personal data about them is processed in connection with the use of the app, and if so, which data and to what extent, then users can assert their data protection right to information (cf. Art. 15 of the GDPR) against the respective app provider.
Under certain circumstances, app users can object to the processing of their personal data in the app. On one hand, users generally have the right to object to data processing for advertising purposes (see Article 21 (2) of the GDPR). If the respective app provider should (also) process the personal data for advertising purposes, the app provider may no longer process the data for advertising purposes after an objection. In addition, users also have the right to object to data processing under certain conditions (see Article 21 (1) of the GDPR). The prerequisite for this is that the user can demonstrate reasons that arise from their particular situation and speak against the data processing. In this case, the app provider may no longer process the data after an objection, unless the app provider, for its part, can prove legitimate compelling reasons for the data processing. Users can assert their right to object to the respective app provider. The contact details can be found in the respective current privacy information of the app.
Please contact customer service under "Account → Support → Contact us" to have your account irrevocably deleted.
In principle, app users can request that their personal data within the app be deleted by the respective app provider (see Art. 17 of the GDPR). If the relevant legal requirements are met, the app provider must delete the personal data. Under certain circumstances, however, the app provider may also be legally obligated not to delete the personal data, but to store it for a certain period of time.
If you have questions regarding data protection, you can always contact the respective app provider. In addition, the contact addresses for the data protection officer are stored in the app's current data protection information.
In the settings, you can select and deselect certain means of transportation. When one of them is deselected, it is no longer included in the search results.
Yes, if you have agreed to sharing your location. If you have duplicate street names, it will first display the street of the city you are in.
Multimodal routes are suggested if they are a reasonable alternative to the classic public transport route. In addition, the starting point and destination of the route request must be in the business areas of the sharing providers and a vehicle must be available.
Yes, when we show you a route by car, the trip duration is adjusted to the current traffic situation.
We currently have a cooperation with SHARE NOW, MILES, Tier, Voi, Call a Bike, Nextbike and MVG Rad München. Additional sharing providers will follow.
No. They are initially offered as an alternative to a route. However, depending on customer feedback, a sharing offer could also be displayed for partial routes in the future.
Yes, in order to rent a vehicle from a sharing provider, you must have the respective app installed on your device and have registered or logged into the sharing provider's app.
You will receive the invoice for trips regarding the sharing vehicles directly from the sharing provider.
If you have a problem with a sharing vehicle, please contact the customer service of the respective sharing provider.
Public transport tickets of the participating partners can be purchased as one-way tickets and day tickets for adults. Long-distance tickets from Deutsche Bahn can be purchased via app forwarding for the time being. Offers from sharing providers (bicycle, car, etc.) are also taken into account in the app. These services are booked directly in the app of the respective sharing providers.
No. Currently, it is only possible to buy tickets separately via the app. i.e. for each Mobility-inside partner individually. But: All tickets are collected in the in-app wallet, so that the entire journey can be viewed there in one glance.
No, currently it is only possible to book tickets of participating transport companies / associations and sharing partners (here: by jumping into the app of the respective sharing provider).
No, sharing the location is optional, but it helps you find the nearest stop. However, you can also enter the information manually.
Currently, the most common tickets, such as one-way tickets and adult day passes, have been displayed for sale. The ticket catalogue will be extended in future releases.
In the app, click on the "i" icon in the ticket to get the tariff conditions for the selected ticket. You can obtain further information on the fare conditions from the corresponding transport association for the respective tickets.
No, this function has not yet been implemented. Currently, the most common tickets such as one-way tickets and adult day tickets have been earmarked for sale. As we move forward, further types of tickets will be added to the catalogue.
We are legally obligated to send you the corresponding confirmation e-mail for every ticket purchase. Therefore, this function cannot be turned off.
In case of a successful payment process, you will automatically be taken to the ticket view. In addition, a purchase confirmation will be sent to you by e-mail. In case of an unsuccessful payment process, the ticket will not be displayed to you and you will receive an error message.
If you have an unstable internet connection, tickets may not load correctly. First, make sure you have a stable internet connection and refresh the ticket section. If this is not successful, you should restart the app or log in again.
After purchasing a ticket, you will receive a purchase confirmation and the invoice for your tickets via email.
Your customer center will be happy to answer any questions regarding cancellation. Please note that mobile tickets are valid immediately after purchase and therefore cannot be exchanged. You can find the contact details of the customer center under → "Account → Support → Contact us".
As digital tickets are valid immediately after purchase, an exchange is excluded.
Currently, tickets can only be paid by SEPA direct debit. We are working on integrating other payment service providers soon.
Please contact the respective payment service provider directly if you have any further questions.
To prevent tickets from being purchased via the account on your stolen cell phone in the event of theft, you have the option of triggering a global deregistration. To do this, please contact customer support with the email address you use to trigger the deregistration on all devices.
You can use all means of transport of the selected transport association in the respective tariff zone.
You can find activated tickets under the tab "Bookings". Expired tickets will still be displayed in this tab for three hours after their validity. After that, ticket purchases can only be viewed by requesting an invoice and via the email confirmation of the ticket purchase.
All tickets have the purchaser's name on them and are therefore non-transferable.
Basically, all tickets are also stored locally and can be found under "Bookings" in the app. If the ticket cannot be accessed due to reception problems, you should restart the app as soon as you have reception again.
You must ensure that you always have sufficient battery power to show your ticket during the journey.