Autonomous Vehicles (AV)

Being stuck in traffic jams every day on the way to and from work can be annoying, exhausting and, above all, time-consuming. In Israel, three out of four working people aged 25 to 64 travel up to 20 kilometer to reach their workplace, mostly in private vehicles. Currently, about 62% of all workers commute by…

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MaaS – Mobility as a Service

18th of October 2022, Enroute How does the future look like? How will we be mobile in a few years time? In many industrial countries a complete new mindset about mobility and transportation is evolving. The issues of climate protection, sustainability and liveable cities are increasingly moving into the focus. By 2030 less than one…

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Things to do on your commute

18th of September 2022, Enroute Commuting. Not everyone’s favorite way to start their morning, but clearly an essential way to transport to and from work for many. In Israel, the average commute time is a whopping 47 minutes, with many patrons living outside of the major cities of innovation, such as Tel Aviv. Commuting may…

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Mobile Commerce has become the New Normal

11th of September, by Enroute Like any other aspect in modern life, mobile devices and digitalization are also changing the way we buy – where we buy, how we buy and what we buy. Electronic commerce has become very complex over time and has developed into one of the core business models on the internet. …

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Enroute as part of the Start-up nation Israel

1st of September, guest post by Lydia My name is Lydia and I am a student from Germany currently absolving my three-month internship at Enroute, an Israeli start-up developing a personalized shopping platform, which is integrated into and interacts with ride-hailing and mass transit applications. Enroute is one of Israels 6000 Start-ups and is thus…

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