Private Sector

Scalable Solutions to Ease Riders Commute and Solve Congestion and Mobility Challenges

Enabling employers, business districts and MaaS providers to increase productivity and ease employee commutes.

Business Districts

Leveraging new mobility opportunities to turn congestion hotspots into desirable areas of business

Bussr enables business districts to eliminate mobility challenges like congestion and parking issues while attracting new businesses and helping retain employees. 

  1. Solve first-/last-mile challenges

  2. Offer sustainable alternatives to private cars

  3. Reduce costs associated to parking facilities

  4. Gain visibility into traffic patterns for further optimization

Our Offerings

Branded Apps

Using your branding, offer your citizens the simplest, and most intuitive, mobility experience

Urban Mobility Analytics

Empowering the smartest decisions you'll make

Fare Payments

A seamless user experience from planning to payment

On-Demand

Identify the right On-Demand service for your city

Fleet Sharing

Empowering Cities Across SEA & Emerging markets with Smart MaaS Solutions

A comprehensive solution to make employee transport management operations.

Providing transport management solutions for the education industry.

Provide fast, reliable and cost-effective non-emergency medical transportation.

Ride Hailing

Enable employees to organize shared rides to work and cut emissions.

Expand, automate, optimize and grow your taxi business operations with a white label taxi app solution

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Ecosystem

Leading Fare Payments Platform

Build every promotion you need with Bussr

Achieve your ideal fleet management workflow

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Create highly targeted communication strategies.

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