After launching in Denver earlier this year, the app-based child transportation service broadens its coverage of California.
In addition to their nimble, responsive service, the kid-focused rideshares offer a learning opportunity in how they cater to parents’ needs and wants.
The move marks HopSkipDrive’s first operation outside of California.
With a variety of non-yellow vehicles, app-based companies are offering parents an easy way to schedule rides for their children. Some see this type of dynamic service playing a bigger part in pupil transportation in the near future.
The CEO of a data analytics solutions provider highlights the top innovations that may have a long-lasting impact on school transportation.
The nation’s third-largest school bus operator takes a minority stake in the technology-based ridesharing service for children.