Introducing a better way to plan microtransit: Spare Realize
Spare, the world’s leading provider of on-demand mobility software, is proud to share the newest release of Spare Realize, its intuitive,data-driven simulation tool for microtransit.
Spare Interview: Spare CTO Alexey Indeev explains how and why Spare became fully SOC-2 and HIPAA compliant
We’re certified! Spare becomes the first on-demand transit software provider to be fully SOC-2 and HIPAA compliant. Spare CTO Alexey Indeev explains how and why we took this step.
A Closer Look at Our Hiring Process
Interested in a career with a forward-thinking tech startup that's building the future of transit? Take a closer look at our hiring process so you can apply prepared for one of our open positions. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
Swiftly and Spare Partner to Unite Fixed-Route and On-Demand Transit
Transit agencies can now provide the optimal mix of fixed-route and on-demand service for their local communities.
Introducing Spare Driver 2.0 🎉
Today we're incredibly excited to announce the launch of Spare Driver 2.0, the first major revision to the experience of driving on-demand using Spare. It's available today and we're rolling it out to all of our customers over the next few weeks.
Introducing Spare Platform V2
Today we’re unveiling Spare Platform V2, the next step in the growth of Spare Platform. V2, which was born from our experience operating some of the world’s largest on-demand transit networks, enables the most versatile, interconnected on-demand transit systems available on the market today.
Today, we are excited to announce a $6 million seed funding round led by Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan's largest trading company.
Why did we raise money? You can read more about the short answer to that question over at our official press release here, but the full answer really starts 3.5 years ago.
Spare secures $6 million seed financing led by Mitsubishi Corporation
Spare, a world leader in on-demand transportation technology, today announced that it has secured $6 million of seed financing led by Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan’s largest trading company.