RAA’s free journey planning app, RAA Go, has seen a spike in activity over the Mad March and Adelaide Fringe period, with the number of monthly users rising significantly compared to the previous two months.
The number of monthly users of SA’s first ever one-stop transport app in February and March (to date) is already more than 30 per cent higher than the previous two months, and we are only part-way through March.
The RAA Go app, launched in October last year, brings together various transport options into the one free app and uses your personal transport preferences to help you discover, plan and go on your journey.
Chief Executive Officer Nick Reade said the RAA Go app has been hugely successful, with more than 14,000 downloads since its launch.
“RAA is keeping our members moving in more ways than one, and the RAA Go app helps people plan and compare journeys utilising a range of transport options,” Mr Reade said.
“The sophisticated but easy to use app really takes the guess work out of discovering the fastest and cheapest ways to get from A to B.
“It’s a one stop shop for journey planning.
“For local South Australians and interstate visitors alike, the Adelaide Fringe and Mad March period is a fantastic time to get out and about in SA and discover what this state has to offer.
“The free RAA Go app is playing a pivotal role in helping people find their best personalised journey options to get to and from their destination.
“RAA Go brings together South Australia’s public transport network, e-scooters, e-bikes, as well as your own cars, bikes and motorbikes.
“It also provides ’SA live’ information on local traffic congestion and incidents, real-time-fuel prices, parking options, turn-by-turn navigation, helpful alerts and more.”
The RAA Go data showed that in February and March, almost half of the journeys selected included buses, with cars, trains, walking and bicycles the next most popular journey options.
For more information or to download RAA Go visit raa.com.au/RAA-Go.