Shotl Launches Bus & Go Service for Third Year in Alto Garda

Shotl is proud to announce the return of its Bus & Go service in Alto Garda for a third season. From April 2nd to October, this popular on-demand minibus service will once again provide a convenient and eco-friendly transportation solution for visitors and residents of the breathtaking region.

Enhanced Convenience and Accessibility

Designed to promote a car-free experience, Bus & Go offers daily service from 9 am to 1 am across the municipalities of Arco, Riva del Garda, and Nago-Torbole (excluding mountain areas). This year, new stops have been strategically added in Riva del Garda, expanding accessibility even more. The service utilizes a fleet of three minibuses to provide ample capacity, with two 18-seater vehicles and one 12-seater minibus adapted for passengers with disabilities.

Seamless Booking and a Commitment to Sustainable Tourism

Booking a ride on Bus & Go is effortless. Riders can leverage the user-friendly Bus & Go app, available for both iOS & Android devices. The app allows users to select their desired travel times and stops within the public transportation network of the participating municipalities. We are committed to maximizing efficiency, so the Bus & Go system may even suggest utilizing existing fixed-line public transportation options if they conveniently align with a user’s requested travel time and itinerary. This innovative feature helps reduce wait times and optimizes overall service for all riders.

Shotl remains steadfast in its commitment to fostering sustainable tourism practices in Alto Garda. The overwhelming success of Bus & Go, with over 34,000 passengers utilizing the service in its second year, underscores its value for both tourists and residents. By offering a convenient and eco-friendly transportation alternative, Bus & Go directly contributes to a greener future for the region.

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