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Pay the tram, bus, taxi or rent a motorcycle in Zaragoza will be possible using the same app in 2021

In the first half of 2021, a pilot test will be carried out in which 300 people will test the application for 3 to 6 months.

The mobility services aggregator Meep will be in 11 cities next year

With Meep you can now plan routes and pay tickets for public transport, taxis and shared vehicles in Malta; and some of these options are available in Seville, Malaga, Valencia and Asturias.

New mobility as a catalyst for achieving more liveable cities

A shift in mobility from an inefficient, polluting and impersonal system to one where cities are more liveable and pollute less should be a prevailing need.

The III Foro Corell will address the key to digital transformation in mobility

The III Foro Corell "Technology and Mobility: Immediate Future", focuses on the two main technological challenges mobility is currently facing: the energy transition and the digital revolution.

Mobility in the 5G era

The connectivity that 5G technology will bring will be key for the development of new mobility.

A new application plans your trip in Sevilla with different operators

The Sevilla City Council, Meep and Globalvia aim to promote sustainable mobility and favor the use of more efficient means of transport that will replace private vehicles.

The first application to plan, book and pay for different transport arrives in Sevilla

The city of Sevilla now offers the option of reserving and paying for a rental electric motorcycle or a taxi ride via Meep.

Restart mobility for the future

This will only become a reality if collaboration between public and private operators is promoted and we don't lose sight of the user's preferences.

Alsa and Meep join forces to promote the digitalisation of mobility in Asturias

The Spanish startup Meep launches its fifth digital project in Asturias with the aim of expanding multimodal mobility through MaaS (Mobility as a Service).

Alsa will incorporate an application that will allow users to manage their trips

The Asturian company Alsa, national leader in road passenger transport, will use the services of the technology company Meep to manage its routes in the Principality.

The Spanish startup Meep and Alsa promote the digitalisation of mobility in Asturias

Meep mobile application will allow users to access the information of all urban and regional Alsa bus routes.

Meep develops a mobile application to digitalise public transport in Cyprus

The new PAME mobile app for iOS and Android developed by the Spanish Startup Meep aims to implement Mobility as a Service in Nicosia and Larnaca's Public Transport Systems.

Meet Guillermo Campamor, MaaS Expert

'At Meep we offer a solution in which the user has the possibility of getting on a bus and then taking a scooter to get to his/her destination with a single app.'

Transport on demand: What is it and what is it useful for?

Our CEO Guillermo Campoamor and Adrià Ramírez Papell, Product Manager at Shotl, tell us all about the new alternatives offered by transport on demand.

Meep, an application seeking to change the mobility paradigm

Meep is the mobile application (iOS and Android) that integrates all modes of transport available in a city into a single platform.

Meep app combines all means of transport in one platform

"It is not a simple route planner or a transport aggregator. It also allows you to reserve and pay in a single platform with no additional cost for the user."

Meep, the app that integrates all transport systems in Spain

''Meep offers three standard categories: faster, cheaper and greener routes. Each user can modify the algorithm to suit their favourite way of moving around the city.''

The Spanish startup Meep integrates cities’ transport systems into one platform

The app also plans the best possible routes and allows you to pay various services, both public and private, using the same platform.

Meep, the startup that will be competing with Renfe in the integration of urban mobility services

Guillermo Campoamor explained to Vozpópuli that Renfe's entry into the multimodal mobility sector is due to the fact that these large operators "have all the demand and do not want to lose control."

A new mobility for a changing world

Innovative, flexible consumption models will only be successful with regulations adapted to our times.

Meep, the app to improve mobility in cities

The platform's aim is to allow the user to reserve any means of transport and pay for the service using the same app.

An app that combines public and private transport arrives in Valencia

The startup Meep, that offers a sustainable alternative to travel around the city, has landed in Valencia. The app allows you to plan a route combining different types of transport, both public and private.

An app to move around Valencia

Meep is a mobile application where users can combine various modes of transport, both public and private, to complete a single trip.

Meep, the app to move around the city arrives in Valencia

The application allows the user to plan a route, book a trip and pay for it from a mobile device.

An application that offers all mobility options arrives in Valencia

Meep app is the only platform that includes the option of paying from a mobile phone, regardless of the mode of transport. It has already started operating in the Spanish city.

Meep wants to be the application you open when you need to move around a city

It integrates all means of transport, public and private, and allows you to book and pay each trip. It is already available in Málaga, Malta and Lisbon and it is being tested in Valencia.

The new EMT app offers information of several modes of transport in Málaga

An agreement with the startup Meep has made the EMT the first company in Spain to integrate mobility as a service into its mobile application.

The new EMT app integrates all sustainable transport modes in Málaga

The app allows the user to recharge the card from a mobile device or access detailed information of the different mobility options in the city for a specific trip.

The EMT application combines information from different means of transport and allows users to recharge their card

The app's new version offers all the possible mobility options (bus, taxi, metro, bike or electric motorcycle) for the selected journey so the user can choose.

The new EMT application offers information of various modes of transport in Malaga

The EMT is the first company in Spain to integrate mobility as a service into its mobile application thanks to an agreement with Meep.

The transport revolution arrives in Lisbon

Lisbon City Council, Brisa and Ferrovial are working with startups Meep, Aipark and e-floater on different mobility projects.

Meep launches in Valencia

Meep is about to be operational in Valencia, and it is already functioning in Málaga, Lisbon and Malta.

A chat with Mundo Emprende about our mobility solution

We spoke with Mundo Emprende about Meep: our creative mobility solution for people over 16 who live in medium-large cities.

We talk with Manolo Garrido about urban mobility

We visited the ''Stock de Ràdi'' studio to chat about new technology emerging in urban mobility. A podcast with the ultimate Meeper: Manolo Garrido.

Meep is finalist at the IRU World Congress (Oman)

The event, organized in Oman by Road Ventures SA, is dedicated to innovation, mobility and the road transport industry. Meep was a finalist in the startup category.

Discover our interview with Applicantes where we talk about mobility and related apps

''In cities like Madrid, the lack of connection among the different modes of transport is causing a problem with mobility.''

Meep mobility app is a finalist at South Summit 2018

The Spanish sustainable transport application Meep was selected to be one of the 100 finalists in the South Summit Madrid startup competition.

Meep is a finalist at South Summit 2018

Meep was selected among the 100 best startups by South Summit as one of the finalists competing in the 2018 edition.

Meet the 14 Startups selected for Smart Open Lisboa 2018

The third edition of Smart Open Lisboa selected Meep among another 14 startups to work side by side with other partners. We all proved to be what Lisbon needed after the 5-day bootcamp.

The mobility services aggregator Meep will be in 11 cities next year

With Meep you can now plan routes and pay tickets for public transport, taxis and shared vehicles in Malta; and some of these options are available in Seville, Malaga, Valencia and Asturias.

New mobility as a catalyst for achieving more liveable cities

A shift in mobility from an inefficient, polluting and impersonal system to one where cities are more liveable and pollute less should be a prevailing need.

Mobility in the 5G era

The connectivity that 5G technology will bring will be key for the development of new mobility.

Restart mobility for the future

This will only become a reality if collaboration between public and private operators is promoted and we don't lose sight of the user's preferences.

Meep, an application seeking to change the mobility paradigm

Meep is the mobile application (iOS and Android) that integrates all modes of transport available in a city into a single platform.

The Spanish startup Meep integrates cities’ transport systems into one platform

The app also plans the best possible routes and allows you to pay various services, both public and private, using the same platform.

Meep, the startup that will be competing with Renfe in the integration of urban mobility services

Guillermo Campoamor explained to Vozpópuli that Renfe's entry into the multimodal mobility sector is due to the fact that these large operators "have all the demand and do not want to lose control."

A new mobility for a changing world

Innovative, flexible consumption models will only be successful with regulations adapted to our times.

Meep, the app to improve mobility in cities

The platform's aim is to allow the user to reserve any means of transport and pay for the service using the same app.

Meep wants to be the application you open when you need to move around a city

It integrates all means of transport, public and private, and allows you to book and pay each trip. It is already available in Málaga, Malta and Lisbon and it is being tested in Valencia.

Meep is finalist at the IRU World Congress (Oman)

The event, organized in Oman by Road Ventures SA, is dedicated to innovation, mobility and the road transport industry. Meep was a finalist in the startup category.

Meep mobility app is a finalist at South Summit 2018

The Spanish sustainable transport application Meep was selected to be one of the 100 finalists in the South Summit Madrid startup competition.

Meep is a finalist at South Summit 2018

Meep was selected among the 100 best startups by South Summit as one of the finalists competing in the 2018 edition.

Meet the 14 Startups selected for Smart Open Lisboa 2018

The third edition of Smart Open Lisboa selected Meep among another 14 startups to work side by side with other partners. We all proved to be what Lisbon needed after the 5-day bootcamp.

The III Foro Corell will address the key to digital transformation in mobility

The III Foro Corell "Technology and Mobility: Immediate Future", focuses on the two main technological challenges mobility is currently facing: the energy transition and the digital revolution.

Transport on demand: What is it and what is it useful for?

Our CEO Guillermo Campoamor and Adrià Ramírez Papell, Product Manager at Shotl, tell us all about the new alternatives offered by transport on demand.

The transport revolution arrives in Lisbon

Lisbon City Council, Brisa and Ferrovial are working with startups Meep, Aipark and e-floater on different mobility projects.

Pay the tram, bus, taxi or rent a motorcycle in Zaragoza will be possible using the same app in 2021

In the first half of 2021, a pilot test will be carried out in which 300 people will test the application for 3 to 6 months.

A new application plans your trip in Sevilla with different operators

The Sevilla City Council, Meep and Globalvia aim to promote sustainable mobility and favor the use of more efficient means of transport that will replace private vehicles.

The first application to plan, book and pay for different transport arrives in Sevilla

The city of Sevilla now offers the option of reserving and paying for a rental electric motorcycle or a taxi ride via Meep.

Alsa and Meep join forces to promote the digitalisation of mobility in Asturias

The Spanish startup Meep launches its fifth digital project in Asturias with the aim of expanding multimodal mobility through MaaS (Mobility as a Service).

Alsa will incorporate an application that will allow users to manage their trips

The Asturian company Alsa, national leader in road passenger transport, will use the services of the technology company Meep to manage its routes in the Principality.

The Spanish startup Meep and Alsa promote the digitalisation of mobility in Asturias

Meep mobile application will allow users to access the information of all urban and regional Alsa bus routes.

Meep develops a mobile application to digitalise public transport in Cyprus

The new PAME mobile app for iOS and Android developed by the Spanish Startup Meep aims to implement Mobility as a Service in Nicosia and Larnaca's Public Transport Systems.

Meep, the app that integrates all transport systems in Spain

''Meep offers three standard categories: faster, cheaper and greener routes. Each user can modify the algorithm to suit their favourite way of moving around the city.''

An app that combines public and private transport arrives in Valencia

The startup Meep, that offers a sustainable alternative to travel around the city, has landed in Valencia. The app allows you to plan a route combining different types of transport, both public and private.

An app to move around Valencia

Meep is a mobile application where users can combine various modes of transport, both public and private, to complete a single trip.

Meep, the app to move around the city arrives in Valencia

The application allows the user to plan a route, book a trip and pay for it from a mobile device.

An application that offers all mobility options arrives in Valencia

Meep app is the only platform that includes the option of paying from a mobile phone, regardless of the mode of transport. It has already started operating in the Spanish city.

The new EMT app offers information of several modes of transport in Málaga

An agreement with the startup Meep has made the EMT the first company in Spain to integrate mobility as a service into its mobile application.

The new EMT app integrates all sustainable transport modes in Málaga

The app allows the user to recharge the card from a mobile device or access detailed information of the different mobility options in the city for a specific trip.

The EMT application combines information from different means of transport and allows users to recharge their card

The app's new version offers all the possible mobility options (bus, taxi, metro, bike or electric motorcycle) for the selected journey so the user can choose.

The new EMT application offers information of various modes of transport in Malaga

The EMT is the first company in Spain to integrate mobility as a service into its mobile application thanks to an agreement with Meep.

Meep launches in Valencia

Meep is about to be operational in Valencia, and it is already functioning in Málaga, Lisbon and Malta.

Meet Guillermo Campamor, MaaS Expert

'At Meep we offer a solution in which the user has the possibility of getting on a bus and then taking a scooter to get to his/her destination with a single app.'

Meep app combines all means of transport in one platform

"It is not a simple route planner or a transport aggregator. It also allows you to reserve and pay in a single platform with no additional cost for the user."

A chat with Mundo Emprende about our mobility solution

We spoke with Mundo Emprende about Meep: our creative mobility solution for people over 16 who live in medium-large cities.

We talk with Manolo Garrido about urban mobility

We visited the ''Stock de Ràdi'' studio to chat about new technology emerging in urban mobility. A podcast with the ultimate Meeper: Manolo Garrido.

Discover our interview with Applicantes where we talk about mobility and related apps

''In cities like Madrid, the lack of connection among the different modes of transport is causing a problem with mobility.''