Rome2rio comes out of beta, launches mobile UI

Published October 15, 2012

As of today, Rome2rio is officially no longer in beta. We’re excited that the product is now stable, relevant, and polished enough for us to confidently drop the beta tag. Of course, this doesn’t mean the product is complete. Far from it. We still have some way to go to reach our vision of mapping out the world’s transport information.

To celebrate, we have also launched a new mobile HTML interface. Until today, Rome2rio was not optimized at all for mobile browsers, and the experience left a lot to be desired. Visit on a mobile device today and you’ll see the new interface:


We also have a native iPhone app in development, which we plan to launch at the upcoming PhoCusWright conference next month. Come visit our stand if you find yourself at the event.

Rome2rio, based in Melbourne, Australia, is organising the world’s transport information. We offer a multi-modal, door-to-door travel search engine that returns itineraries for air, train, coach, ferry, mass transit and driving options to and from any location. Discover the possibilities at