Public transit analytics for a new mobility flows platform

Project Description

  • Innovation
  • 1 January 2024
  • 31 December 2024
  • €500,000

The Urban Mobility Flows (UMF) platform is designed to unlock an important capability for transport agencies, city councils and transport operators. It delivers visual insights into journey patterns across multiple public and private modes of urban transport on a single dashboard. The aim of this analysis is to reveal discrepancies between infrastructure, service design, business models and actual travel habits, and to help determine goals for service optimisation. By improving transport offerings in ways that drive adoption of new habits that are aligned with sustainability goals, cities will be able to further extend the relative market share of public transport, reduce private car journeys and improve active travel habits for its citizens.


The UMF platform tackles the lack of comprehensive data insights into journey patterns that represent the complete modal share of city.

Main Objective

The goal of this project is to deploy a commercial solution in two cities that delivers valuable data insights to transport agencies, city councils and transport operators.


The UMF platform is a cutting-edge big data analytics solution that uses anonymous telco data to determine aggregated journey flows across multiple transport modes.



Project lead

Hristo Popov