This month we chat with Benjamin de la Peña, CEO of US-based Shared-Use Mobility Center, a public-interest organization working to replace car-centric transportation with people-focused shared mobility to fight climate change and promote equity.
Statistics show that young people are increasingly choosing not to get their driving license. For many, buying or maintaining a car has become a luxury they can no longer afford, or even are interested in.
A new country joins and enlarges the list of territories using Shotl’s SaaS technology, enabling a solution to the mobility challenges of citizens and workers.
As part of an ongoing cycle of meetings with global political leaders, Swvl’s Door2door team met with Sir Keir Starmer, Leader of the UK’s Labour Party.
Drivers of on-demand bus services, also labelled community drivers, have a very important role as ambassadors of the neighborhood. They are helpful to physically challenged commuters and responsible and trustworthy when caring for minors.
The Alto Garda tourist destinations of Riva del Garda, Nago-Torbole and Arco are now using Shotl’s SaaS solution for demand-responsive-transport (DRT).
Shotl offered a free DRT service for all attendees to the Catalan Mobility Day, which is organized annually by the Association of Municipalities for Urban Mobility and Transport (AMTU). During the event, a vehicle connected Reus commuter train station,
A few weeks ago Shotl launched an operation on the outskirts of Barcelona, connecting the neighborhood of Can Sunyer in Castellví de Rosanes with the neighboring town of Sant Andreu de la Barca. Ridership figures showed success from day one.
This month we chat with Laia Pagès, Executive and Research Manager at Future Mobility Research Hub CARNET and long-time passionate advocate for innovative solutions to mobility challenges. Laia completed her PhD dissertation on Mass Transport Vehicle R
This month we chat with Barak Sas, General Manager for UK&I DRT at Zeelo and respected voice on mobility-related issues. He is well known for sharing his thoughts about public transport and mobility in his newsletter “Moving People.”
The Italian city of Piacenza, capital of the province of the same name in the Emilia-Romagna region, launches a new on-demand night bus service, successfully adopting smart city technology and mobility.
Between May 10th and 12th, 2022, Shotl attended IT-Trans, the most important conference on technological solutions for public transport. Here’s our rundown of the event.
This month we chat with Lukas Foljanty, Shared Mobility Enthusiast, Public Transit Geek, and On-Demand Ridepooling Market Expert. He is also one of the most recent additions to the Swvl community and joined at the beginning of March as Principal for Pu
Through Shotl’s software technology, a pilot test for on-demand sustainable transportation is being conducted in the city of Kawasaki that is helping to solve the problem of mobility in Japan’s densely-populated cities.
After great success last year, and as the summer season and good weather approach, we are proud to announce the return of Rimini’s sustainable on-demand transport operation: ShuttleMare.