The most important factors to consider when picking a vehicle for your microtransit, paratransit or ride sharing service, including our top vehicle recommendations in 2022.
Take a closer look at the different people you might need to hire when starting a mobility company — and the kinds of qualifications you might want to include in your job posting!
From Safe Rides to campus shuttles, university students across the US and beyond deserve better campus transportation. Here’s a vision of what that future could look like.
Learn the basics of using a website to create an online presence that attracts new riders and establishes customer success for your paratransit, microtransit or ride sharing service.
Spare <> Lyft: An interview with Spare’s CEO and COO on how the partnership will benefit transit agencies.
In this edited interview with our Marketing Lead, Niklas Mey, Spare’s CEO Kristoffer Vik Hansen and COO, Josh Andrews, talk in-depth about how Spare's partnership with Lyft will empower transit agencies to meet the evolving demands of riders.
Discover the most effective fare structures and pricing strategies to benefit both your organization and your riders.
This comprehensive article breaks down what exactly a rider persona is and how you can use them to boost ridership by tailoring your mobility services towards the needs of your riders.
Billboards, print ads and community outreach can be highly effective tools to help explain and sell a new transit service.
Best practices and tips for branding and logo design with examples from mobility services around the world.
This is a great time for ride sharing entrepreneurs thanks to open mobility tech becoming more accessible. Here are 10 ride sharing companies we’ll be watching in 2022!
Here are the different legal requirements you need to consider to get your ride sharing business off the ground.
A beginners’ guide on how you can use social media to increase brand awareness, attract new riders and boost customer satisfaction.
From social media marketing to running in-app promotions, read on for eleven ways to attract new riders to your ride hailing service and stay connected with existing ones.
Efficiently managing and optimizing a ride hailing fleet is a crucial part of establishing a successful ride hailing startup. Read on for tips on acquiring, preparing and maintaining your fleet for success.
Design microtransit and paratransit service zones, such as establishing boundaries, service stops, and fares, while keeping the needs of the community in mind.
Customize your service to meet specific rider needs and demands, like setting up segmented rider groups, booking options, booking windows, fare rules, and payment methods.
Combining technology with flexible vehicle and driver options make delivering optimal fleet deployments possible
Providing assisted rides in an aging world means taking a hard look at what’s currently in place and how it can be better
How do new ride sharing entrepreneurs make their mark without overextending themselves? It comes down to a simple idea: work smarter and find what service model generates the most revenue.
Can you really launch a ride hailing company with an Uber clone app? This post breaks down the risks of taking this route, and why going with a mobility platform is the safer, smarter option.
Transit simulations are the key to better decision-making and transparent transit planning. Jerome Mayaud shares his thoughts on how our simulation tool, Spare Realize, can empower that process.
Drivers are the front line of a ride hail startup, and selecting and retaining excellent drivers is crucial to your success. This blog post shares tips on how to find, onboard, and retain a thriving base of drivers.
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.
Ride hailing is when a person uses an app to “hail” or request a local driver to pick them up and take them directly to a specific location.