At Shotl, we’re often asked what the greatest challenges are in getting people to accept our model of flexible, demand-responsive transit. The answer may surprise you.
At Shotl, we don’t just provide smart vehicle booking and dispatch technology to run demand-responsive transport (DRT).
A new study shows how post-pandemic recovery of public transportation ridership is much faster when supported by demand-responsive vehicles, compared to results of occupancy provided by regular bus lines in the same location.
Smart mobility trends are pushing towns and cities to explore new mobility options for citizens while still struggling to fund public transport models inherited from the 20th century.
Data shed light on the desires of consumers, which is the main reason many companies consider data science to be a key factor in their strategic business plans.
A new study suggests we may not need to wait for full uptake of autonomous vehicles to start seeing a positive effect on traffic flow.
Our winning proposal to provide flexible, on-demand public transport for isolated rural populations will run as a 6-month pilot test with the Association of Rural Initiatives of Catalonia (ARCA).
Electric vehicle sales continue to grow year on year but there’s still a way to go before they overtake combustion engines. Now, though, new electric minivans could provide opportunities for cleaner local transport.