What we do


Our state of the art agent-based simulation uses mobile phone and other data to discover journey needs which are not well met by existing transport services


We develop services which evolve to meet the identified gaps in the transport network and integrate them operationally (though real-time information) and commercially (through one-journey tickets) with other modes like bus & rail


Our system learns from service usage (and non-usage) of eligible passengers. We use this to better predict service performance in other areas.


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First-last mile passenger transport that connects intelligently with other modes (e.g. train, scheduled bus) to make people’s end-to-end journeys easy and convenient.



Journey Batcher

A simple to use SaaS tool to visualise possible public transport journeys, within configurable constraints for a group of people.

JourneyBatcher improves the efficiency and utilisation of public transport services by answering the question: ‘How many people could reasonably make their journeys to a given location [e.g. a school or workplace] using existing services?’


David Stewart is a Maths PhD, applying his network optimisation expertise to transport

Liz Davidson is an engineer turned marketer

Keith Jackson is an expert in .net with over 20 years experience in applying Agile practices to find solutions to real-world problems

Siobhan Myles is an experienced senior manager and Product Owner

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The Mobility on Demand Laboratory Environment (MODLE) project uses Bristol as a test-bed to develop and refine new transport services. The project is looking to improve access to work and healthcare in two Economic Enterprise Areas in Bristol.

REPLICATE aims to increase the quality of life for citizens across Europe by demonstrating the impact of innovative technologies used to co-create smart city services with citizens, and prove the optimal process for replicating successes within cities and across cities.