MiniDRT is the first of its kind software designed to service the transport needs of large resorts. Using in-resort golf buggies, we enable guests to book transport to travel between different locations within a hotel. Users can book specific pick-up times in advance or enjoy the service completely on demand. So, whether your guests have young children sick of walking or elderly grandparents less mobile, miniDRT allows the whole family to travel from the beach, to the restaurant, back to their accommodation without having to walk at all.
WeMove has been collaborating with Universities across the UK to improve their transport management and sustainability.
With seasonal worker shortages on the rise, WeMove is providing transport services in rural communities to help struggling farmers.
Governments worldwide have been implementing policies to reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainable transportation.
Working toward a more sustainable future, WeMove’s goal is to swap out the single-occupancy car and replace it with a shared smart minibus.
In this blog, WeMove explores the flexible supply model for a DRT service and why it may be the most efficient approach.
Commute by WeMove leverages smart solutions to enhance transportation offerings in the education sector and beyond.
WeMove is proud to bring the capabilities of WeCommute & WeDRT together under one name that offers an all-in-one holistic transport solution.
According to an analysis by The Labour Party, over 1,600 bus routes could be affected by cuts this spring.
WeDRT illustrates five reasons why its customers love the DRT service it provides during this current season of love.
The first DRT software of its kind; MiniDRT enables guests to book transport to travel between different locations within a hotel.
WMoD is merging with the Coventry Ring-and-Ride service and consolidating both services under one DRT umbrella – managed by weDRT.
WeDRT look at lessons to be learnt from transit approaches utilised in the fictional African nation of Wakanda.
2022 saw WeDRT achieving a lot of big wins in future transport, seeing further gains in the push towards modal shift.
WeDRT analyse a case study for the implementation of DRT in Market Lavington in the first of its Scenario Series.
DRT must be able to respond to supply changes in order for the service to be efficient, with minimal vehicles sitting idle.
WeDRT experienced a transitional moment attending the COP27 conference, speaking about Demand Responsive Transport and Modal Shift.
WeDRT has recently been a part of the CivTech Alliance programme, an initiative to collaboratively solve challenges in a sustainable way.
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