The potential for improving the quality of life through mobility is considerable but often underestimated. Access to mobility is the key factor for the success of territorial policies and for the social inclusion of all. It must be approached as a vector of success and not a factor of exclusion. To achieve this, it is necessary to maintain the values of public transport: continuity, reliability, accessibility and inclusion.
Unlike other shared mobility offers, DRT meets all needs and adapts to all user profiles, even the most vulnerable: schoolchildren, employees, job seekers, seniors, and People with Reduced Mobility (PRM).