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1. Introduction
2. Solutions
3. Case Studies
4. Types of Ridesharing
5. Advantages
6. Get Started


If it’s got more than one seat—it can be shared!
Take a journey with us to discover how to leverage the power of ridesharing and provide sustainable and economic advantages for cities, transit agencies and organisations.

The difference:

Ridesharing is here to help minimise your carbon footprint, optimise parking and connect commuters to vital services in a cost effective way. If it has a spare seat, then it can be shared!

This means passengers have the opportunity to book and commute in a shared, convenient and cost-effective way with other passengers who are taking a similar journey.

“Parking capacity is a huge problem. By co-creating efficient rideshare solutions, we enable organisations to reinvent how they use existing space turning those savings into opportunities for growth.

Types of Ridesharing Services

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Carpooling is the ‘pooling’ together of people and resources into a shared vehicle, often related to commuters heading to the same destination point. Occupants carpooling together often make arrangements to share costs for fuel and parking permits. Carpooling rose after World War II, when the American Government rationed fuel. It also became popular in the 1970’s when resources were scarce and fuel prices jumped.



Imagine carpooling but bigger! Combine commuters into a vehicle that holds up to 15 people, and there you have it. Commuters will generally lease a larger vehicle together and cover fuel costs, and take turns to drive. Vanpools were first initiated in the 1970’s for employees at Chrysler and 3M, as a cost-effective way to help commuters get to work.


Demand-Responsive Transport

Demand-Responsive Transport (DRT), also known as ‘On-Demand’, refers to the technology created to allow for a convenient transport mode characterised by reservation mechanism. We specialise in creating dynamic demand-responsive transport solutions that improve an individual's access to transportation.



Ridehailing is a trip taken by a passenger in an ‘unlicensed ‘taxi’ service. Vehicles are privately owned and individuals can ‘hail’ a vehicle for a fee.



Carsharing is the act of pooling vehicles together for individuals to book and use. Similar to a hire car, carsharing enables the public to book a fleet vehicle through an app.

What our Customers say

The Liftango Team is a delight to partner with. The team are approachable, hardworking and have a real passion for what they do. They have supported us through the transition from permit based parking to virtual carpool parking!

Reeta Lad, Parking & Traffic Manager
Monash University
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