Weeels: Towards A Social Transit System

Weeels: Towards A Social Transit System

A new mobile app looks to establish a middle ground between public and personal transit, offering easy ride-sharing in NYC.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 12 august 2010

In an effort to establish a middle ground between public and personal transportation, recently launched NYC ride-sharing service Weeels is attempting to define that space as “social transit.”  The idea is to blend the lower cost and carbon footprint of mass offerings like subways and buses with the door-to-door convenience and speed of taking a livery cab by yourself.

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