Via powers public mobility through smart and sustainable microtransit around the globe.
Via’s technology enables multiple passengers headed in the same direction to seamlessly share their ride, rerouting vehicles in real time in response to demand and traffic. Via operates in cities of all sizes, from major metropolitan centers to suburban and rural environments.
Via operates consumer services in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C., as well as in London, Amsterdam and Milton Keynes through its joint venture with Mercedes Benz, ViaVan.
Across the U.S. and the world, cities and towns are partnering with Via to provide public transportation solutions. For example, Via increases access to transit hubs, improves paratransit, creates equitable public transportation by filling transit deserts, and optimizes poorly performing bus routes.
Via has partnerships in many locations, including Los Angeles, Seattle, London, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Helsinki, Arlington (TX), Cupertino, West Sacramento, Sydney, Jakarta, and Tokyo.
Beyond public transportation, Via also develops on-demand and pre-scheduled mobility solutions for universities, school districts, taxi fleets, and private companies to solve pressing mobility needs with demand-responsive technology.
Through efficient routing and aggregation, Via increases occupancy in vehicles and provides a convenient public mobility alternative to driving a car. In New York City, Via is 3× more efficient than competitors, with the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) reporting Via has the highest utilization rate and lowest “cruising” rate of any for-hire vehicle. service.
Via also brought shared-ride technology to yellow taxis in New York City through a partnership with Verifone/Curb.
Via's technology powers the new public flexibus+, allowing residents and visitors in Swaffham, England, to conveniently book an affordable ride on-demand.
Motional and Via announce the launch of a new robotaxi service in Las Vegas, which will provide free self-driving rides to passengers in downtown Las Vegas.
Since 2017, Arlington Via Rideshare, the public transportation service, has helped residents, students and visitors make 1 million trips.
May Mobility and Via’s trio of shared on-demand AV services demonstrate how AVs can be scaled and integrated with existing transit infrastructure.
Via has announced that the company will focus on its TransitTech business and stop providing direct-to-consumer, on-demand shared rides.
Transportation Alternatives and Via have released a report demonstrating car space can be turned into space for people in New York City.
Via's “On-demand Planning” allows cities and transit agencies to visualize how and where on-demand transit solutions can work within existing networks.
Cheshire East is partnering with Via, the leader in TransitTech, to launch an on-demand rural bus service to help reduce social isolation.
May Mobility, in partnership with Via and Gentex, have announced the launch of an on-demand AV shuttle service in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
High Valley Transit (HVT), the Wasatch Back’s newest public transit system, announces the launch of a new on-demand service, powered by Via.
The KelRide project, brings together 6 partners from technology and mobility industries, the public sector, and science.
Via Arlington customers can now select to be picked up in a self-driving vehicle for trips around Downtown and The University of Texas at Arlington.
The service, which will be delivered in partnership with Via, the leader in TransitTech, is set to launch in Bromsgrove in late April.
The acquisition seeks to establish a complete technology platform that powers equitable, accessible, and efficient transportation.
Mayor Steven M. Fulop and Via, the leader in TransitTech, announce expansion to weekend service of NJ’s first publicly subsidized on-demand transit system.
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