Mobility

Daimler Buses, Rally partner for on-demand ride-sharing using buses

Posted on November 16, 2018

The value of Rally is to provide event-goers with easy, comfortable and safe travel.
The value of Rally is to provide event-goers with easy, comfortable and safe travel.

Daimler Buses is cooperating as a strategic partner with Rally in North America. Rally and Daimler Buses are planning a strategic cooperation for the on-demand bus market, specifically related with event-based mobility.

Daimler Buses and Rally both envision high occupancy vehicles as a solution to the mobility challenges of the future — especially with rising urbanization and emphasis on experiential spending. Ride-sharing services have unlocked value in adjacent industries, and similarly, Rally takes advantage of the underutilized assets of local bus fleets.

By using Rally, event-participants can choose their related destinations. High-end buses take them to the location across more than 3,000 cities across the U.S. and Canada. The value of Rally is to provide event-goers with easy, comfortable and safe travel.

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