Kyle Thomas, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur recently entered the technology business with his newest invention — “Catchr” a state-of-the-art app that allows commuters to request and purchase rides from their smart phone.
Getting to and from the bus stop or train station remains a significant barrier to using public transportation. Even though many commuters are interested in using public transportation, many are discouraged because they still have to spend time and money on using their own car, a taxi, UBER or Lyft to reach their final destination.
Catchr closes the gap by transporting passengers from the train or bus stop to their office or to their home at an affordable cost.
Catchr’s services are targeted to first and last mile users. This usually means commuters who need to get from the train or bus station to their final destination, which is usually home. Catchr eliminates stress by freeing commuters from having to use their cars and pay for parking. Catchr also transports passengers from train stations to shopping centers, from business parks to bus terminals, or from doorstep to doorstep.
As Kyle Thomas explains to EURThisNthat, “What I’ve created is a “liquid” flexible routing system between point A and B. We want to ease the lives of commuters by offering them a stress-free experience and live up to our slogan “Always Going Your Way!”
Learn more about how Catchr works at EURThisNthat.