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Via and SacRT Launch the Largest Microtransit System in America

The expansive on-demand public transportation network launches with nine zones and 42 vehicles in Sacramento, California

Via and Rescuing Leftover Cuisine Task New Yorkers to Reduce Waste and Tackle Hunger, One Shared Ride at a Time

Via will provide free shared rides to RLC volunteers for two weeks in December

Sindiônibus and Via Launch New On-Demand Public Transportation Service in Fortaleza, Brazil

TopBus+ marks Via’s second deployment in Brazil, serving the South American country’s fourth largest metropolitan area.

Environment Canterbury chooses Via and Ritchies to develop on-demand public transport in Timaru

The two companies will blend international expertise and local knowledge, developing a new public transportation model across the New Zealand city in 2020

Via Launches First Service in Salt Lake with Utah Transit Authority

UTA On-Demand provides access to on-demand shared rides in Salt Lake County

Via & Port Authority Launch New “LGA Connect” Airport Rideshare Service

Service extends on-demand public transit from LaGuardia Airport with flat-rate shared rides

ViaVan and BVG Receive German Federal Inclusion Award for BerlKönig Service

Demonstrates the power of on-demand technology for the future of inclusive mobility services

Via Launches New VetsRide Program with the DC Mayor’s Office for Veterans Affairs and Department of For-Hire Vehicles

VetsRide will give Veterans access to on-demand shared rides, powered by Via

Business Insider NL: “Shell and Uber competitor ViaVan start electric taxi service in Amsterdam – it begins with a few vehicles, but the goal is 100% electric”

ViaVan and Shell Launch Fast-Charging EV Shared Ride Project in Amsterdam

Aims to realize the potential of shared electric fleets in urban environments

Report: On-Demand Transit Can Help Solve the Urban Mobility Conundrum

A new study by Boston Consulting Group takes a close look at on-demand microtransit, with results decidedly showing that “on-demand transit services work,” with the potential to reduce traffic by 15-30% while providing a more efficient and comfortable way of traveling.

The Top Four Questions to Ask Before Investing in Microtransit

As public transportation ridership declines and traffic congestion reaches an all-time high, transit leaders are looking to build a new solution.