Complete entire trips on public transit by filling service gaps.
Integrate service types and modes for efficient operations.
Unlock reliable access to local employers.
In October 2020, Via partnered with Miami-Dade County Transit and local municipalities to launch an on-demand service to complement the existing transit infrastructure and encourage its usage. GO Connect provides shared, first-and-last mile rides to and from Metrorail Stations within the service zones and along the TransitWay. After launching in Dadeland and Cutler Bay, the service will soon expand into two additional zones, Civic Center and Palmetto Bay.
In January 2020, the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) partnered with Via to re-launch and expand their SmaRT Ride microtransit service. Via and SacRT grew the service from two zones to nine — using Via’s microtransit technology and significantly increasing access to SmaRT Ride across the Sacramento metropolitan area. The service now provides curb-to-curb service in two zones and corner-to-corner service in six zones.
In June 2019, Via and CapMetro re-launched Pickup, covering five large service zones and creating an accessible on-demand transit service in Austin, Texas.
Wait and travel times have been reduced in the on-demand zone. We are observing a mileage reduction in the on-demand zone, too.”
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