RideCo's open API architecture makes it easy to create synergistic integrations. We help you create and connect ecosystems of industries, partners, service providers and customers to build systemic agility.
"We are delighted with the new integration of RideCo in our Mobility Platform. It ties into the very core of what Unwire’s platform is all about, and we are looking forward to following how this new integration will support Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority's transit operations"
Rikke Espe, Chief Commercial Officer, Unwire
Why partner with RideCo?
At RideCo we have set ambitious goals to enhance the efficiency, sustainability, and equity of transit systems. With patented technology, RideCo’s on-demand transit software is changing the way agencies deliver mobility to their communities.
Game Changing Paratransit
RideCo products dramatically transform legacy approaches to transit. We modernize and drastically evolve legacy software solutions to create demonstrable cost savings and significantly improved rider experience.
High Profile Transit Agency Clients
We have 4 of the largest 10 agencies across North America as our clients with a Net Promoter Score of "Excellent" that validates our best in class productivity and customer experience claims.
Robust Simulation & Design Capabilities
For continuous optimization, our software builds unique vehicle itineraries as new trips are added. Our real-time trip data makes adjustments to trips and schedules based on the latest information available.
Demonstrated Success with Partners
RideCo has a proven track record of collaborating with a diverse range of partners and consistently enabling them to achieve exceptional outcomes for their clients.
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