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Ecolane launches demand-response transit app

Posted on October 18, 2017

Available now for both iOS and Android, these new mobile capabilities provide measurable benefits to transit agencies and passangers. Photo courtesy of Ecolane.
Available now for both iOS and Android, these new mobile capabilities provide measurable benefits to transit agencies and passangers. Photo courtesy of Ecolane.

As part of its development of next-generation technology and innovation, Ecolane launched a first-to-market app for demand-response transportation.

Developed from over 10 years of experience providing web-based self-service scheduling, Ecolane’s mobile app features:

Streamlined Scheduling

  • Riders book their own rides, reducing call volume for agency
  • Real-time scheduling with no manual process required by dispatch

Reduced Trip Losses

  • Automatic push notifications remind passengers of scheduled trips
  • Significantly decreases no-shows

Flexible-to-Manage Trips:

  • Empowers passengers with direct access to review and manage their trips
  • View upcoming and completed trips, easily cancel trips

Convenient Trip Details:

  • Passenger notifications with accurate vehicle ETAs, reduces wait time
  • Ability to follow bus on visual map to see exact location

Available now for both iOS and Android, these new mobile capabilities provide measurable benefits to transit agencies and passangers.

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