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Mrs. Reinagl is Chief Financial Officer of Wiener Linien. She studied law in Vienna and started to work at municipality of Vienna 1997. There she was – among other things – responsible for financing the public transport in Vienna. From 2008 to 2011 she was CEO of Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region GmbH – the organising authority for Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland. Since 2011 she’s the first woman in the management board of Wiener Linien. Some of her goals are to develop Wiener Linien corporate culture and employer branding and to raise the productivity and efficiency. Two of her “babies” are “Top-Jugendticket” – a ticket for all pupils and apprentices for the eastern region of Austria – and the mobility-App “WienMobil”. This service links offers from different mobility-providers. It doesn’t matter if you use public transport, bicycle, carsharing, taxi or your feet: WienMobil shows all possibilites. Regular customers have access to their season tickets and tickets can be bought cashless. So tickets are available on smartphones all the time.