Liftango Offers Free Parking for Monash University Students and Staff.

Liftango is proud to announce its newest carpool client, Monash University. Liftango's carpooling application will be available for the Clayton Campus, Caulfield Campus and the Peninsula Campus. "It was a great experience working alongside the team at Monash to create a unique solution for parking congestion on campus," commented Trystan Eeles, COO and Co-Founder at

2019-08-07T09:53:10+11:00July 22nd, 2019|Carpooling, Featured Articles, News, On-Demand Transport|

Liftango Crowned Winners at the Asia Mobility Startup Challenge

It’s a wrap! Fresh back from a successful trip to Singapore, Liftango was crowned the leading startup among 118 applications from 14 countries. Competing in the Asia Mobility Startup Challenge CEO and Co-Founder Kevin Orr was among six finalists invited to pitch at Innovfest Unbound held at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore in June. Startups were

2019-07-18T11:16:58+11:00July 18th, 2019|Carpooling, Featured Articles, News, On-Demand Transport|

Sports Hopper Offers Stress-Free Sports Runs for Parents

In partnership with Transdev and Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), Liftango is launching a unique on demand public transport service ‘Sports Hopper’, to trial in the Sutherland Shire, Sydney.  The trial is a part of the NSW Government’s On Demand Transport Pilot Program and aims to eliminate weekend stress and parking pain for parents,

2019-07-17T11:01:24+11:00July 17th, 2019|Commuters, Featured Articles, News, On-Demand Transport|

Delivering Emission Reduction Targets

Ridesharing - A commitment to reducing your CO2 emissions Back in 2015, the Paris Accord was signed by 195 countries, including Australia. We ratified the agreement in 2016, which means a serious commitment to keeping the global temperature well below two degrees Celsius. By 2017, there were over 780 Australian registered businesses required to report

2019-07-06T16:19:19+11:00September 26th, 2018|Carpooling, Featured Articles, Sustainability|

Smarter Choices Changing The Way We Travel

Workplace Travel Plans – Do they actually work? Since the humble Workplace Travel Plan (WTP) became a condition of consent for development applications, it has suffered a hit to its reputation. As part of local government bureaucratic processes, the WTP became “guilty by association” of being an administrative, box-ticking exercise without any inherent value. But

2019-10-15T16:13:37+11:00September 4th, 2018|Featured Articles, HR, Sustainability, Transport Strategy|