Public Transport Association Eastern Region (VOR): New route planner widget for websites
Free multimodal route planner can be simply integrated in any homepage.
“How do I get the fastest from A to B? What time is the next bus or train leaving? Are there delays or construction zones on the route? Am I still in time for my appointment?”
The approved route planner of VOR quickly and reliably finds the ideal route for individual mobility needs. As latest service, after the classic web application under www.vor.at and the AnachB | VOR app available for iPhone and Android, the current route planner can be integrated into other sites now - easy and free!
The new multimodal route planner widget of the Public Transport Association Eastern Region (VOR) can be easily integrated into other websites for free. This provides a great service especially for tourism, businesses, schools or communities. Public transportation routes, bicycle routes, footways or car trips can be calculated and combined, whereas realistic travel times and comparisons of all transport modes are offered. In addition to all timetables of public transportations and routes of individual transports, there are integrated over 600 park and ride facilities, more than 450 bicycle stations and over 1,000 rest areas and parking places throughout Austria. The new widget is customizable for users: businesses, communities or institutions can pre-assign their address as starting or destination point in the route planner and thus ensure that guests or customers always find the right way to their destination. All routing offers of VOR are based on data of the VAO (Traffic Information Austria).
The individual route planner for your website – it´s that simple:
Simply register at www.vor.at/service/vor-routenplaner-widget/ and use the installation wizard to set up the widget and customize as needed. In a few steps the route planner is installed and fully functional. For questions, the experts of VOR are accessible under email@example.com and happy to help.
For information contact: Jürgen Pogadl
Updated : May 12, 2015