Social distancing requirements will increase the need for online travel information, the coach and train ticket seller added.
Industry passenger volumes in the UK slumped more than 95% in April and other countries where Trainline operates had similar numbers.
The FTSE 250-listed company expects to have an undrawn borrowing facility of £150mln by the end of May, while monthly cash outflow from operating costs has been cut to £8-9mln.
In the year ended 29 February, net ticket sales jumped 17% to 3.7bn while revenue was up 24% to £261mln.
Losses before tax widened to £80mln from 13mln the year prior due to one-off items as a result of its stockmarket listing.
Shares dipped 1% to 345.09p on Thursday morning.
Published at Thu, 07 May 2020 08:51:00 +0000-Trainline says crisis to accelerate shift to digital ticketing