Covid-19 has changed the way we live, work and move, and not always for the worse. Now, mobility hubs represent an opportunity to capitalize on the trend towards more local living by improving access to multimodal transit.
With the arrival of summer, Shotl has launched a new deployment in Italy. Shuttle Mare is a free transport service to and from the beach that complements traditional bus and metro services in the city of Rimini.
As of June 2021, people in the Scottish Highlands are connected by a new and innovative On-Demand Transport system.
The capital of Portugal, with a population of more than half a million inhabitants, is the chosen location for the deployment of a new Shotl operation in a completely urban setting.
Sustainable transit and gender equality are central to many of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Like the proverbial horse and carriage, though, you can’t have one without the other.
After a successful pilot test last summer in the suburbs of Barcelona, Shotl has launched “Carles”, a new mobility concept specifically designed to serve scattered residential areas and small towns.
Located in the Alta Segarra region in the rural interior of Catalonia, Spain, Calaf has 3,000 inhabitants and is the main town in an area with 13 villages with fewer than 600 inhabitants each.
Last April, the Solar Impulse Foundation celebrated reaching its 1000 Solutions milestone, with Shotl among the startups awarded the Profitable Environmental Solution label.
All Shotl mobile apps are now available for download from the Huawei AppGallery distribution platform.
Sometimes, as a driver, I feel threatened by what I hear about the convenience of owning a car.
Following the recent launch of the world’s first 5G tram, we explore how technology can improve mobility for people with disabilities.
DRT allows companies to cut costs and emissions, so it’s the ideal way for large organizations to transition to sustainable mobility.