Demand Responsive Transport (DRT): Where does it fit?

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In a world where convenience is key, we need adaptable transportation systems that cater to the ever-changing needs of passengers. This is where demand responsive transport (DRT) can help us. Let’s explore what DRT can do for you to help create a place where urban mobility is efficient, flexible, and accessible to all. Are you ready to transform the way we move in our neighbourhoods?
By the end of this course you will be able to:
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of the concept of DRT, including its history, evolution, and various applications.
  • Analyse the operational challenges and policy considerations associated with DRT.
  • Apply skills to evaluate the key performance indicators of DRT services.

This course is aimed at anyone interested in the topic and wants to know more about DRT, and more specifically civil servants in cities and local governments, transport engineers and planners, sales and project teams of urban mobility startups and the public transport industry.


4 modules

Recommended schedule

2 days

Total length

4 hours


Sandra Phillips

Sandra Phillips

Sandra’s work focuses on building healthier communities through shared mobility reducing dependency on private car ownership while increasing alternative options for everyone, her specialty being systemic change. She is teaching at University St. Gallen, UBC and SFU on the topic and has worked with public transit authorities, micromobility providers and cities across the world. Her work in shared mobility has garnered her a TED talk, a Clean50 and the 2021 Change Maker Award.

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You can access and participate in the course for free. If you want to earn a  certificate upon completion, you can purchase it. The certificate will be accessible only once the course is successfully completed. Read more here.

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