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Explanation: to call up,
Any of those can be used in Internet context.
On site 'journey planning' can be accessed.
The site offers journey planning, - sounds OK too.
TRANSRAPID United Kingdom Local time: 01:41 Works in field Native speaker of: German, English PRO pts in category: 4
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travel planning on demand
Explanation: Abrufen in an IT context is generally "retrieve". But "on demand" struck me as a viable alternative, one that might sound a little more snazzy, if it's a marketing-type of text.
Here's abrufen in all its permutations:
abrufen v (Dp) / retrieve v (data from central computer into local storage, etc.)
abrufen v (Daten) (Dp) / retrieve v (data)
Daten abrufen (Dp, Sw) / to recall data
Informationen abrufen (Vtx) / to retrieve information
zyklisch abrufen (TP, Tr) / poll v (terminals, etc.)
Ulrike Lieder Local time: 17:41 Works in field Native speaker of: German PRO pts in category: 8