We’ve delivered over 320,000 autonomous rides to date.
OUR DEPLOYMENTS ARE BRINGING MORE EQUITABLE, ACCESSIBLE AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION TO COMMUNITIES AND BUSINESSES AROUND THE WORLD.
In five years, we’ve given more than 320,000 autonomy-enabled rides in a diverse set of communities by deploying our customizable autonomous vehicles in partnership with cities, state transit agencies and private enterprises. And we’re just getting started. With ten deployments and counting across the U.S. and Japan, we’re committed to transforming cities and businesses by solving their real-world problems, from filling transit gaps to providing accessible transportation options to reducing traffic congestion.
From the first mile to the last mile, our growing number of deployments are helping us build a safer, greener, more accessible world.
Interested in deploying May Mobility in your community? Let’s get acquainted.
GoMARTI GRAND RAPIDS, MINNESOTA
On-Demand Service Area:
5.13 square miles
Monday: Not in operation
Tuesday: Friday: 2:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The goMARTI (Minnesota’s Autonomous Rural Transit Initiative) self-driving pilot is the result of a unique partnership of multiple groups with a shared goal of increasing accessibility and transportation options for residents and visitors in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. The goMARTI deployment covers 5.13 square miles and includes approximately 70 pick-up and drop-off points using May Mobility’s fleet of five Toyota Sienna Autono-MaaS autonomous vehicles, including three wheelchair-accessible, ADA-compliant vehicles. Riders simply request a free ride at a pickup location indicated on the May Mobility mobile app (with Apple & Google Play) or by calling 211 locally throughout most of the week and weekend during operational hours.
This on-demand program is brought in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Transportation, City of Grand Rapids, The PLUM Catalyst, Department of Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation, Itasca County, Via, University of Minnesota, Arrowhead Transit, and Mobility Mania, among others.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
On-Demand Service Area:
2.64 square miles
Monday – Friday: 2 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Our service in Ann Arbor, Michigan offers public on-demand shared free rides and accessibility through the streets of Ann Arbor. Visit the Farmers Market in Kerrytown, The Diag, Michigan Union, 4M Venue, Yost Arena, or to the Amtrak train station. Riders simply request a free ride at a pickup location indicated on the May Mobility mobile app from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday. Download the free May Mobility App (with Apple & Google Play).
Located in the heart of Ann Arbor, home of May Mobility’s headquarters, May Mobility’s service brings the second-ever public, on-demand autonomous microtransit deployment in the state of Michigan. In partnership with 4M, May Mobility incorporates a fleet of autonomous vehicles (AVs), including one wheelchair-accessible vehicle.
ARLINGTON RAPID ARLINGTON, TEXAS
On-Demand Service Area:
1 square mile
Monday – Friday: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Get around downtown Arlington from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) Maverick Stadium to the Arlington Museum of Art and around campus at UTA. Catch a ride from Monday to Friday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. with the Via app (with Apple & Google Play) currently used for on-demand Arlington RAPID public transit. Eligible UTA students using their student email will receive a reduced fare of $1 off the standard fare as part of the RAPID program. To request a wheelchair-accessible vehicle, please call 817-784-7382.
Arlington RAPID, the first program in the United States to integrate on-demand, autonomous vehicles (AVs) into an existing public transportation service, has provided more than 28,000 trips in its first year to residents, university students, and visitors around Downtown and The University of Texas at Arlington campus. With the support from the Federal Transit Administration’s Integrated Mobility Innovation Program to the City of Arlington, May Mobility operates a fleet of autonomous vehicles including one wheelchair-accessible AV into Via’s existing on-demand public transit service app. This service, known as ArlingtonRAPID, is a partnership between May Mobility, Via, the City of Arlington, and the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Read our full case study on this deployment.
Learn about a few more of our successful deployments.
Together In Motion: Indianapolis & Fishers, Indiana
Route length: 2.9 miles
This dual deployment in Indiana was the first public transportation in the city to offer free rides through the Nickel Plate district, medical facilities, amphitheater, city hall, restaurants, the library, downtown events, and retail stores like Target.
Launched in coordination with public and private partners across the City of Grand Rapids, the Autonomous Vehicle Grand Rapids (AVGR) began as a 3.2 square mile fixed autonomous route operated on and in complement to the city’s existing DASH West bus route
The service was originally launched in 2019 with a fleet of 4 electric Polaris GEM shuttles and 1 wheelchair-accessible vehicle. In July of 2021, the service was upgraded to on-demand powered by Via with a fleet of 4 Lexus RX 450h and 1 wheelchair-accessible vehicle. The free on-demand service was available to riders via the May Mobility app and is a partnership between May Mobility, Mobile GR and Gentex Corporation.
Autono-MaaS: Hiroshima, Japan
Route length: 3.2 square miles
Sponsored by the Higashi-Hiroshima City Autono-MaaS Promotion Consortium, May Mobility began operating a public route on Hiroshima University’s Higashi-Hiroshima campus in March 2021. In subsequent phases of the project, the service area increased and began to incorporate on-demand service and mixed-use mobility services by incorporating passenger rides and grocery delivery. The overall goal of the project was to show a practical application of mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) by combining AV technology and various mobility services.
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