Sustainable Development Goals and the SDGs

At, we believe in digitised, decarbonised, shared, responsive, universal and sustainable mobility. For us, these words are not a commitment to the future. They are an obligation of the present.

That is why we have created a technological solution that is fully aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. So, by choosing, you are also doing your bit to help achieve the SDGs. Specifically,

  • It helps to meet the SDGs, a global and common worldwide framework for sustainability and corporate social responsibility actions. The SDGs provide a roadmap of all the actions an organisation can take.
  • It ensures the cohesion and connection of municipalities, SEAPs and areas of low population density, as well as one-off events with a large number of people.
  • It increases the efficiency and comfort of the service, promoting collective transport, reducing air and noise pollution.

In detail, the SDGs on which is based are:


By implementing this system in the organisation or association, reduces the number of staff vehicles that have to travel, ensuring that all staff using this service gain peace of mind and quality of life, as they do not have to worry about how to get around and where to park.


By offering a connected and demand-responsive transport system like, the organisation or association helps to enrich the business fabric of the area.


By implementing, the organisation or association is actively participating in reducing its carbon footprint, reducing particulate emissions into the atmosphere and reducing noise pollution, as it promotes collective transport, as opposed to private vehicles. By using the service, the use of some 33 private vehicles is eliminated.

The secondary SDGs as a result of TAD implementation are:


With, the organisation or association improves its ability to retain and attract talent, offering this social benefit to its workforce. The working environment is improved and absenteeism is reduced, as staff feel that they are an important intangible asset at the heart of the organisation, increasing their productivity, competitiveness and purchasing power.


The organisation or association collaborates with the service operator to promote digitised and personalised payment either with POS or QR code and access to information technology providing the bridging of the digital divide and offering universal and affordable access.

REDUCING INEQUALITIES offers an extra bonus to organisations that have to comply with the LGD, since all public transport has to be adapted for PRM, and therefore favours the recruitment of people with functional diversity. It also contributes to the fact that people in vulnerable situations, women and young people can opt for safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems.


The on-demand transport solution enables the creation of partnerships between organisations, EAP companies and the local administration. It also helps to accelerate the growth of the organisation, as the implementation of the service creates a network where new business opportunities arise.