The Responsive Network is INFRASTRUCTURE. We can provision mobility anywhere transportation is lacking, or needs additional capacity. Unlike cabs, which are free to roam, our technology can commit supply to an area or a time of day, at more accessible prices. Unlike buses, which are stuck on a fixed route, our network can support an entire coverage area. Unlike metros, which take years to build, we can get going quickly.
The Responsive Network can adapt to the city. It can evolve with the expanding needs of a city, in a more responsive manner than a bus network. It can adjust to time of day, catering to the different needs of the cities around commutes, days, night and weekends. It can adapt to traffic and congestion by finding routes that are optimised. It can cater to special events like sports and festivities.
The Responsive Network requires no physical infrastructure like bus stops or advertising. Everything can be updated and communicated digitally.
The Responsive Network can utilise vehicles more efficiently. We can manage cars around known demand patterns. This will reduce waiting times for users. And it’s better for the city and congestion than vehicles moving around aimlessly or using outdated schedules or headway. It’s how the future smart city should operate.
The Responsive Network can bring down pricing through sharing, making quality transportation affordable to more people.