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.
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
At Shotl, our experience shows demand-responsive transit (DRT) works best in suburban or rural areas that are underserved by traditional fixed-route/schedule transit. With this in mind, we take a look at three European regions that are leading the way
Launching a new demand-responsive transit (DRT) system is a big investment, so it’s important to get it right. We take a look at the critical conditions and elements that need to be in place to ensure success.
The local authorities in Montbéliard have taken an important step away from traditional accessibility transport planning and towards 21st-century mobility thanks to Shotl’s new ADAPTIVE app, which enables fairer and more inclusive transport for people
In this post, we look at a few common reasons DRT systems don’t succeed, and how to avoid the pitfalls.
Shotl has launched a new operation connecting the neighborhood of Can Sunyer in Castellví de Rosanes with the neighboring town of Sant Andreu de la Barca. Ridership figures show success from day one.
In June 2021, people in the Scottish Highlands were connected by a new and innovative On-Demand Transport system.
We chat with Adrià Ramirez Papell, Mobility Project Manager at Shotl, to get his insights into how to ensure maximum uptake of demand-responsive transit (DRT) among a user group traditionally considered challenging: the elderly.
2022 is off to a good start and packed with good news. To begin with, Shotl is expanding its Demand Responsive Transportation (DRT) operation in Barcelona. The chosen area covers the neighborhoods of Montbau and Vall d'Hebron.