Tuesday , August 20 2019
Loading...
Home / Business / As Little Shuttle Increases its Fleet, other Firms are Joining the Bus-Sharing Market

As Little Shuttle Increases its Fleet, other Firms are Joining the Bus-Sharing Market

Loading...


A week after Little Shuttle commenced its operations in
Nairobi; an Egypt-based startup may be soon joining the nascent bus-sharing
market space.

Swvl, which received $38 million in funding last year, has
cited Nairobi as one of its destinations to deploy its mass-transit bus-sharing
service in 2019.

Swvl’s co-founder and CEO, Mustafa Kandil, told Almal News they are lloking to “10 cities outside Egypt in 2019, beginning with the Philippine capital of Manila and including Nairobi, Dakar, and Jakarta”.

Loading...

Little Shuttle, a product by Craft Silicon’s and Safaricoms’
Little, intend to increase their fleet to ten vehicles, after successful
piloting of 6 buses last week.

“We are on an upward trend. Commuters are really receptive
of the new product,” says Maureen Chege, Little’s heads of sales and marketing.

Swvl has already 5 buses plying along Thika Road on a pilot
basis, while Kenya’s Safiri Express is currently piloting a bus shuttle that
mostly avoids Nairobi’s CBD.

Loading...

About kenya-tribune

Check Also

Esther Passaris laughs off claims of dating Mike Sonko, says he’s not her type ▷ Kenya News

Loading... – Passaris said there are men she can go for and not Sonko – …

Loading...