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The new service will include nearly 150 virtual bus stops within certain districts of the city, which the smartphone app will guide passengers to once they have booked their ride.
From 25 March to 19 April, the BerlKönig on-demand ride service will suspend regular operations, and the service will exclusively provide free on-demand rides for medical and nursing staff during night-time hours.
The on-demand service will be available on weekend evenings, designed to fill the gaps when public transport is generally less available.
The pilot service - Tees Flex - aims to connect more rural communities in the North East region of England and will run for three years.
This trial, only on specific journeys, aims to help the council understand whether shared ride services could complement MK’s bus network as part of its bus network review later in 2020.
ViaVan and Shell aim to demonstrate that high-capacity electric fleets can improve performance when routing to available chargers is intelligently optimised.
Small, on-demand buses will operate over an area in Sutton guaranteeing customers a seat, USB charging and free WiFi in a bid to reduce private car ownership.
As the role of public transport continues to change, it is the role of mobility operators to ensure this happens for the benefit of the passenger. Could microtransit be the answer?
The trial is expected to last a year and will see areas of Sutton which currently do not have access to public transport connected through the scheme.
ViaVan plans to leverage Avis Budget Group’s ‘Fleet Management as a Service’ capability to reduce costs and streamline operation.
By grouping multiple passengers into one shared vehicle, ViaVan reduces congestion and emissions, providing an eco-friendly transportation alternative.
ViaVan and Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe have launched the on-demand shuttle service ‘BerlKönig’ in Berlin, with an initial fleet of 50 vehicles.
ViaVan has launched a revolutionary ride-sharing service in London, where seamless journeys can be matched in real time across the city…