Gotcha announced the addition of 11 exclusive college and university e-mobility partnerships across the US, such as the Louisiana State University, Villanova University, and the University of Alabama. This expansion further solidifies Gotcha as the leader in building sustainable micro-transit systems on campuses to help improve the daily lives of students and the environment.
With more than 94 mobility systems in place, 18 of which are college and university partners, Gotcha plans to add more than 25 college systems this year. Gotcha works with each college and university to build a customized partnership with their choice of mobility products, hub locations, ridership data to better improve the system, technology, and operational support. Students, faculty, and staff are able to sign up for Gotcha’s Go-Pass subscription model for monthly and annual options.
Gotcha started as a mobility-as-a-service company at Florida State University and continues to expand to college campuses across the country. Many schools are looking to e-mobility programs to address issues like parking, students with no car, and traffic congestion.
In 2018, Gotcha’s student bike share riders burned more than 9 million calories while traveling more than 228k miles. As students continue to use on demand-travel, Gotcha’s integrated IoT technology gives riders choice and convenience by offering 4 versatile e-mobility products in one easy app. The adoption of micro-transit on college campuses has environmental, economic, and health benefits.
Gotcha’s roster of new exclusive partners includes: East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY, Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA, Towson University, Towson, MD, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, University of Illinois Springfield, Springfield, IL, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA, and Villanova University, Villanova, PA
“We have targeted college and university markets over the last 10 years for a reason,” said Sean Flood, CEO and founder of Gotcha. “There’s a definitive need for micro-transit on campuses and college students embrace it—making it part of their lifestyle.”
Currently, Gotcha is close to finalizing investments in Series A funding to help support this growth. For more information on Gotcha, visit ridegotcha.com.
Gotcha is the only mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) company offering four sustainable micro-transit products—e-bikes, e-scooters, e-trikes, and 100%-electric ride share vehicles—through one proprietary, app-based platform. Gotcha empowers communities to lead happier, more productive lives through alternative forms of transportation specifically designed for each market served. Gotcha currently operates more than 50 shared e-mobility systems in cities and universities across the US. For more information, visit www.ridegotcha.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 843.647.7342.
Director of Public Relations, Gotcha
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