The new on-demand bus network is the first of its kind in the United States, serving as a model for other cities looking to update public transit in response to COVID-19.
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Nearly 60 shuttles will connect commuters and residents to transit hubs across the city starting in mid-2021.
The new service will provide rides using the new Go2 app as the city replaces seven fixed-route bus lines during the COVID-19 pandemic due to lack of ridership.
The city’s Integrated Transportation Centre (ITC) now provides a free microtransit shuttle service via the newly developed “Abu Dhabi Healthcare Link” app.
The new microtransit network provides on-demand transport for emergency workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new service “Dubai Bus on Demand” solves the city’s first and last mile challenge, connecting more riders to transit hubs throughout the rapidly growing metropolis.
The new service, Tees Flex, brings demand responsive transport to the region, joining other services throughout the UK powered by ViaVan, including in London, Milton Keynes, Liverpool, Oxford, and Leicester.
The on-demand public transportation service in Goiânia, Brazil spans more than 40 square kilometers and already eliminated more 6,500 vehicles from the streets and 64 tons of CO2 emissions.
Building a microtransit network isn’t easy. Here’s everything you should consider when designing your on-demand transportation system.
The expansive on-demand public transportation network launches with nine zones and 42 vehicles in Sacramento, California
TopBus+ marks Via’s second deployment in Brazil, serving the South American country’s fourth largest metropolitan area.
The two companies will blend international expertise and local knowledge, developing a new public transportation model across the New Zealand city in 2020
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