Vilnius has become the first city in Europe to unveil touch sensitive displays with digital maps in bus shelters. Interactive maps offer information on bus and trolley-bus routes and schedules in five languages: Lithuanian, English, Russian, Polish and German.
„The screens were unveiled in France in May, however, have not yet been launched. Vilnius has become the first European city to have this innovative system available for local passengers and guests“, stated Vilnius Mayor Arturas Zuokas.
The modern 42-inch system is resistant to low temperatures ensuring long-term functionality even in extremely cold winter. The maps allows public transportation riders to search for the most optimal route with the shortest travel time.