Following an interesting article published this week in the Guardian, Faxi is emphasising the importance of society in its commitment to connecting people together to enable community carpooling.
Faxi is being contacted by large organisations – such as Northamptonshire County Council – to enrol their employees into private Faxi networks, connecting co-workers who share the same route.
Only when the home locations of thousands of staff travelling to the same office everyday are plotted on a map, is it possible to see the huge impact that driverless cars will have on the commute.
Our initial analysis has identified that cars involved in commuting would be cut by at least 75% as driverless cars conduct multiple trips throughout the rush hour.
As Faxi learns commuters’ travel times and routes, it will become the perfect platform for co-workers – not strangers – to share a driverless ride to work without the stress, or cost, related to workplace parking.
As the Guardian article prophesizes, driverless vehicles will soon become part of modern day transportation, and with this transformation, car manufacturers, taxi operators, public transport operators, delivery companies, logistic companies, etc. will need a platform that ensures vehicles run back and forth as close to maximum capacity as possible.
Faxi is already doing this for commuters driving their own cars, whether it’s for drivers looking to fill their cars or passengers looking to be driven into work.
We are looking forward to accommodating driverless cars conducting multiple trips, running at optimal capacity all the time to provide optimised returns for vehicle manufacturers and operators, while at the same time ensuring the safety and convenience of passengers.