Under a new agreement, the companies formally plan to deploy thousands more AVs globally for public transit in the next three years. “May Mobility and Via share a deep belief in technology’s ability to provide equitable transit solutions,” said Manik Dhar, chief commercial officer for May Mobility. Over the next three years, May Mobility and Via will continue these strides, working together to incorporate thousands more AVs into the public transit systems of cities around the globe. As part of the expanded agreement, May Mobility will have access to Via’s Remix software, the first transit planning software for on-demand and other flexible mobility services. MPDM’s proven track record has delivered more than 320,000 autonomy-enabled rides to date in several public transit applications across the U.S. and Japan.