Electric and autonomous multi-passenger mobility solutions provider Beep and mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) specialist Moovit are teaming up to offer a carpooling service on autonomous shuttles.
The collaboration aims to provide customers with a more predictable and sustainable form of alternative mobility with Moovit’s on-demand capabilities.
Autonomous mobility network
The Moovit app will be available to riders in Lake Nona, a 17 square kilometer planned community and advanced neighborhood in the city of Orlando, providing more efficient mobility travel, including shortened wait times and better understanding of their journey in an autonomous vehicle. and beyond.
Since September 2019, Beep has transported more than 50,000 passengers across Lake Nona, in what it claims is the largest and oldest single-location autonomous shuttle network in the United States. The network connects residential, commercial, commercial and recreational areas as well as medical services.
“Lake Nona is a great example of a smart, connected community achieving innovative mobility initiatives with the right partners,” said Uli Gal-Oz, vice president of business development at Moovit, which is an Intel company.
“Lake Nona is a great example of a smart, connected community delivering innovative mobility initiatives with the right partners”
He added, “The combination of Moovit’s customer interface and on-demand solution, paired with Beep’s AV fleet, is powerful. It has the potential to expand even further into Lake Nona and other cities across the United States to address first and last mile issues.
Beep will implement Moovit’s ridesharing capabilities in other project areas across the country, including Tradition, a community planned by Mattamy Homes in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and additional service areas with multiple routes.