GMV will Supply the Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government with the New Digital Interurban Public Transportation Platform


The Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government (JCLM) has contracted GMV for the digitization project of the interurban public transportation service in the Community, consisting of the implementation, launch, operation, and maintenance of a digital platform to improve the quality of current transportation services in the region.

The project, funded by the Recovery, Transformation, and Resilience Plan, has a 24-month execution period and must integrate information from the local CADs of concessionaire operators, as well as manage a fleet estimated at least 1,000 vehicles. 

In this context, the project aims to: 

- Have standardized and centralized information about all the services offered throughout the region. 

- Provide real-time information to service users, reducing their waiting times at stops.

- Facilitate the purchasing process of public transportation services through advance sales and seat reservations. 

- Encourage the use of contactless payment methods.

- Have more detailed and real-time control of ticketing to better manage operator compensation. 

- Streamline the functions and tasks of the Directorate General of Transportation and Mobility of the JCLM. 

- Facilitate the planning, design, and operation of transportation services through immediate diagnostics.

The new regional CAD will be supplied with information from operators’ CADs, which in turn will have information from the onboard equipment on buses not included in this project. This new regional CAD will enable the interoperability of possible different local CAD solutions that make up the interurban transportation network of Castilla-La Mancha. Specifically, the digital platform will mainly consist of these information systems: Global CAD management platform and user information system through a web portal and/or mobile application. 

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