Business & Economy Startups mobilityX introduces all-in-one transport app Zipster

mobilityX introduces all-in-one transport app Zipster

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The app will give single point access to multiple transport options

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) company mobilityX announced that it has officially launched the beta version of Zipster, an all-in-one transport app, as reported by The Straits Time. The transport app will facilitate a single point access to transport options such as MRT, buses, private-hire vehicles, shared mobility devices, and car-sharing services.

Zipster will also put on trial its Zipster card that will enable users to access all Zipster functions and pay for the fee using the card that’s integrated into the app’s wallet.

mobilityX aims to integrate journey planning, booking, and payment in one app so users can compare available transport options, their estimated duration and cost, and proceed to arrange the selected trip all on Zipster.

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With recent MoU signing between mobipityX and OCBC Bank, the latter’s digital payment app OCBC Pay Anyone has been integrated to allow the use of OCBC credit and debit cards within Zipster’s ecosystem.

The year-old company has been in partnership with the likes of SMRT that’s also one of the company’s investors, Grab, Go-Jek, bike-sharing platform Anywheel, e-scooter startup Neuron, and EZ-Link.

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The users of mobility X and Zipster are also subjected to coverage for personal accident, accident medical reimbursement, and personal liability from AXA Insurance Singapore.

Both Singapore’s Land Transport Master Plan 2040 and the land use Master Plan 2019 aim to make Singapore’s transportation experience more seamless and connected, which are in line with the launch of Zipster.

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