Are you looking for your transport network to go further?

We can help. Esoterix is a technology company and consultancy specialising in optimising transport networks.

Since 2012, we have been partnering with leading operators, transport authorities, other consultancies and academic institutions to research and develop solutions to some of transport’s most pressing challenges.

For a 60 second introduction to some of our work in rail, click here

For summaries of our living labs in flexible and on-demand bus services, click here

And to discuss your challenges and explore opportunities to work together, book an introductory conversation


If you’re looking to join a small, friendly and committed team to do work that makes a difference, we’re #hiring… #devops

Working with Esoterix

‘One of the things that has really struck me about this project is that in true innovation style, we’ve had to be quite agile because circumstances have changed and we’ve finished with a project that is quite different to that [originally conceived].


That’s a great reflection of how innovation should work and credit to the team at Esoterix for managing to adapt to those circumstances and come up with a product that still meets the original brief but has also evolved and adapted to those changing circumstances.’


John Backway, Head of Retail at Southeastern
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Esoterix is a flexible and creative project partner, that works in a collaborative way to solve the inevitable challenges that arise when innovating.


The team has a firm commitment to producing commercial solutions which also have clear social and environmental value.


Prof. Graham Parkhurst, Centre for Transport and Society, University of the West of England
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Be it service reliability, passenger confidence, or network economics, let’s talk