A review of the sharing economy commissioned by the government, identified that ridesharing is growing in popularity. Music to the ears of the founder of the Ridesharing social network perpetually seeking investment.
But it gets better. The review recommends the adoption of high occupancy vehicle lanes and a government funded competition to find an effective way of enforcement.
Where I doubt there is much new room for roads for car sharers. I've always wondered why, with the appropriate enforcement, car sharers shouldn't have access to bus lines?
It just so happens that Faxi is already working with local authorities and business to develop enforcement technology that proves real-time ridesharing, Rewarding participants with access to reserved, free or incentivised car parking spaces.
Dont you just love it when you write software that people might actually want.