Uber-Inspired Start-Up To Offer Group Bus Travel Options

Posted on January 14, 2015
The founders of Boston-based transportation technology startup Skedaddle came up with the idea for their company by making a simple observation: Young people are ditching their cars in favor of cheaper and more environmental friendly transportation alternatives, but people still find it difficult to travel in groups to events like races and sports games using charter buses.

Boston Business Journal article here

Related Topics: bus market, charter and tour, charter and tour operators, group transportation, on-demand service, startup, vehicle apps

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