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21.02.22

Connecting rural residents in the Scottish Highlands

In June 2021, people in the Scottish Highlands were connected by a new and innovative On-Demand Transport system.


Gerard Martret
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24.01.22

How to get older users on board with on-demand

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.


Sílvia Coronado
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24.01.22

Barcelona grows with Shotl

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.


Gerard Martret
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24.01.22

Shotl’s first inner-city service in Lisbon

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.


Osvald Martret
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27.12.21

Summit at the Pyramids

Shotl has participated in this year's edition of RiseUp Summit, a major innovation and entrepreneurship event in the Middle East and North Africa region that takes place annually in Cairo, Egypt.


Jonàs Ramírez
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27.12.21

As one thrilling year ends, an even more exciting one begins

2021 has been a year full of news and new deployments. Now, Shotl looks forward to welcoming a new year that promises to be even more exciting, with the promise of growth and great things to come.


Gerard Martret
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27.12.21

Leveraging user data from demand-responsive transit

This post concludes our series looking at how insights from different types of DRT data can be used to improve public transport across the board.


Adrià Ramírez
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29.11.21

How to use vehicle data from demand-responsive transit

Configuring traffic and public transport services relies on accurate, real-time data. In this post, we look at how vehicle data gathered from on-demand mobility can complement traditional on-street data collection methods.


Adrià Ramírez
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29.11.21

Public transport born from social need now becomes on-demand

Shotl has launched a new operation in a small town in the Catalan Costa Brava area. This transport service modernizes one that was created to cover a social need and provide mobility between three scattered municipalities that make up the urban nucleus


Jonàs Ramírez
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29.11.21

On-demand mobility goes one step further in the Alps

In conjunction with transport company mybuxi, Shotl launches a new Demand Responsive Transportation (DRT) operation in the Swiss Alps.


Osvald Martret
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25.10.21

Leveraging data from on-demand transit

Public transport operators require comprehensive, reliable data for accurate decision-making and planning. However, data gathered from traditional fixed-route-and-schedule transit can only ever yield part of the picture. Visualizing the other half requ


Adrià Ramírez
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25.10.21

The real mobility disruption

Shaping mobility trends over the next few decades will have a huge impact on how society as a whole evolves. The mobility model has a big impact on environmental and social equilibrium and is undoubtedly linked to greenhouse gas emissions and economic


Albert Tresserras
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25.10.21

Torre Baró, an isolated neighborhood with challenging geography

Barcelona has made a fundamental shift away from traditional transport planning. Focusing instead on a digitalized, demand-led approach allows for greater efficiency and inclusivity in public transport services.


Gerard Martret
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27.09.21

Inspiring mobility

Writing, thinking, imagining, proposing, making mistakes. We constantly add value to our environment through knowledge. We build connections that lead to mental structures and, eventually, to new ideas. We are living in the Knowledge Society.


Albert Tresserras
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27.09.21

Congresses kick off again

After being paralyzed by the global pandemic, the world is slowly starting to turn again. Clear examples are the recovery of mobility and the return of in-person attendance at fairs, congresses, and events.


Jonàs Ramírez
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