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25.11.22

Disruptive MaaS — when data integration matters

Open knowledge, an integrated use of the data that people generate through daily mobility patterns, will let us make much more efficient use of existing or future transport networks.


Osvald Martret
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25.11.22

150,000+ satisfied passengers in Italy

Shotl enhances access to On-Demand public transport by expanding existing operations in Ravenna with PTO Coerbus, and in Cesena with PTO Start Romagna.


Albert Tresserras
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25.11.22

A gender perspective on on-demand transport

Gender-based violence and harassment is a serious concern in the public transport sector. Shotl is committed to providing those who identify as female with better access to economic and educational opportunities, and we deliver on this promise daily.


Jonàs Ramírez
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28.10.22

Showcasing success cases in Catalonia

Shotl participated in this year’s European Mobility Week. During the event promoted by the European Commission for Sustainable Urban Mobility, we explained how On-Demand Transit can help cities move away from a car-dependent model of society.


Jonàs Ramírez
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28.10.22

The fall of car-centrism

Vehicles designed for shared use are more suited to user-centric mobility. In other words, we should move people, not vehicles. Once we start to understand this concept, we can put vehicles at the service of people.


Gerard Martret
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28.10.22

Swvl keeps expanding in Barcelona and Málaga

Swvl expands its On-Demand Transit operation into Alhaurín el Grande after successfully moving 240,000+ Passengers with local Public Transit Operators (PTOs) in Malaga and Barcelona.


Albert Tresserras
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26.09.22

Shotl participates at EIT Urban Mobility’s “Disrupting MaaS” course

As of October 2022, Shotl will participate in EIT Urban Mobility’s “Disrupting MaaS” online course. We’ll be sharing our knowledge of MaaS systems integrations, as well as use cases in Japan and Scotland.


Jonàs Ramírez
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26.09.22

Cities are steel warehouses, but Swvl’s technology meets the challenge

Mobility today is poorly optimized. With an average occupancy of just over one user per car, and vehicles parked 95% of the time, cities are basically turned into steel warehouses. And this is, in the end, the big challenge to be solved.


Sergi Paniagua
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26.09.22

Swvl launches its first DRT in Belp, Switzerland with 100% Electric Vehicles

mybuxi has deployed a new On-Demand Transit operation in the municipality of Belp by utilizing Swvl’s technology. Together mybuxi and Swvl’s operations in Switzerland provide service to ~50,000 citizens, consolidating Swvl’s position as a leading provi


Roger Cumeras
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29.08.22

Interview with mobility expert Benjamin de la Peña

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.


Jonàs Ramírez
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29.08.22

Turning our backs on the car

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.


Albert Tresserras
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29.08.22

Introducing new flexible routes in Kuwait City

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.


Adrià Ramírez
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25.07.22

Swvl hosts in Berlin the leader of UK’s Labour Party

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.


M.Victoria Grasso
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22.07.22

The rising role of the 'Community Driver'

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.


Jonàs Ramírez
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22.07.22

Shotl launches in Lake Garda, Italy

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).


Osvald Martret
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