AnachB.at: New journey planning apps for smart phones
The real-time journey planner "AnachB.at" is now available in the form of new smart phone apps for iPhone and Android OS, featuring a range of additional route planning options and optimised design. The app can also be used in English.
The new apps bring many improvements for innovative journey planning in Eastern Austria (Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland): in addition to well-known journey planner for all traffic modes, complete with data on the current traffic situation, the apps feature a real-time monitor displaying departure times, and easy-to-read public transport schedules. History options, the favourites list and the option menus have also been improved.
As in the past, the journey planner is also available via the website AnachB.at, as a so-called widget module that can be integrated in websites, and as an iGoogle gadget.
Customised route planning
The AnachB.at journey planner is sure to find the very best route for you - no matter whether you are travelling by public transport, bike or car, on foot or via park-and-ride. You can also combine several transport modes.
- The new departure times monitor provides a real-time overview of all trains, buses or trams departing from the station of your choice.
- The AnachB.at traffic information helps you get to your destination without delays.
- The map also includes many other details, such as public transport stops, live-cams monitoring traffic flow, parking options and car-sharing facilities, as well as Citybike Wien and Nextbike points.
Traffic information updated every 7.5 minutes
AnachB.at takes account of building sites, traffic jams, delays, diversions and any other changes to the traffic network. The current traffic situation is updated at regular intervals of 7.5 minutes, using data provided by a wide range of partners (Wiener Linien, VOR, ÖBB, ASFINAG, the police, taxi operators, Ö3 radio traffic information, Carsharing.at, Citybike Vienna, and the public service expert departments of Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland.)