As we near the end of the year, we’re reflecting on everything we’ve achieved as a business. Check out our highlights!
We talk a lot about sustainability. But how can we be a key player in reducing CO2 emissions? And what are we doing as a business to help?
UK rail passengers will now have the opportunity to access personalised real-time travel information for their journeys through WhatsApp, the most popular private communications service in the world.
In 2021, we saw huge innovation happen. And 2022 is set to be even bigger. But what progress will we see this year in the world of public transport?
If you’re using public transport over Christmas, we’ve got a few insights and tips to make your journeys as seamless, stress-free and safe as possible.
It's the short everyday journeys that make the biggest difference. So, how can we make positive changes to reduce our own carbon footprint? And how can we make alternative transport options more accessible and easier to navigate?
The UK is facing more shortages. And this time, it’s fuel supply chains that are being hit. So, what can you do in the meantime to get around it?
We know that your journey doesn’t end when your train gets in. That’s why we’ve developed First & Last Mile – a feature that will get you from door-to-door, no matter where you're going.
Our retail trial is officially underway! In partnership with SSP Retail & National Rail, passengers travelling through selected stations will be able to redeem loyalty rewards to enhance their journey.
Around 9 million people in the UK own at least one dog. So, it comes as no surprise that holidaying with our canine companions is more popular than ever. And the best bit? Dogs are legally allowed to travel on trains for free, so you can hop on board with your dog in tow!
A hot topic amid transport operators and city councils, the debate on e-scooters continues. Are they the future of city transport, or an accident waiting to happen?
Conservative Party Conference 2021 (CPC2021) has partnered with Zipabout to help delegates travel easily and safely to and from the event in Manchester later this year.
As the government encourages us all to return to our jobs, using trains might be unavoidable. And although face masks and social distancing remain mandatory safety measures, this still isn't enough to stop the feeling of anxiety or fear as we return to the track.
With covid restrictions coming to an end, it’s natural to feel uneasy about the long-awaited return to the ‘old’ normal. But how will lifting these restrictions impact public transport?
Zipabout made the headlines last month with the public launch of our personalised Last Mile feature on the National Rail Enquiries website.
Passenger survey by Transport Focus returns unanimously positive feedback for Alert Me by Messenger
Zipabout has launched a personalised First & Last Mile feature on its platform, integrating e-scooters into the UK’s public transport network for the first time.
Zipabout’s technology was behind a ground-breaking trial that demonstrates the huge potential that public transport has to be a major part of the UK's economic recovery
Last week the Government announced that the Coronavirus transport restrictions currently in place across the UK would be lifted for a five-day period between from 23rd to 27th December, as the UK prepares to spendtime with their friends and family over Christmas. What effect will this have on public transport?
We know our predictions are pretty good - but that's (quite rightly!) not enough. So we asked BCRRE and the University of Birmingham to test and validate our prediction capability to make it viable for operational use on the public transport network
You'd expect tougher lockdown restrictions would see a reduction in the number of people planning journeys, but if there’s one thing that coronavirus has taught us it's expect the unexpected...
First of a kind personalied realtime bus information for Oxfordshire
Zipabout meets UK Rail Minister to discuss the role of data in modernising the transport network.
12% uplift in passenger intent to travel across all major rail stations in England and Wales.
Helping millions of rail passengers plan their journeys and avoid crowded trains
Zipabout creates free analytics dashboard for Train Operating Companies.
Zipabout is working to transform the experience of transport.
Scottish rail passengers can now receive personalised information about their journeys.
Personalised journey updates now available to all rail passengers via Messenger.
East Midlands Trains (EMT) has begun using a new communications technology that now provides passengers with personalised journey information.