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Apply for the chance to test TransLink’s new shared mobility app, RideLink

Apply for the chance to test TransLink’s new shared mobility app, RideLink

RideLink app on phone with Modo car, Evo car, Mobi bikes, and RapidBus in the background

We’re partnering with Evo, Modo, and Mobi by Rogers to introduce and test the RideLink mobile app as part of a 12-month pilot project!

This new app brings together transit, carshare, and bikeshare services in Metro Vancouver, creating a one-stop-shop for trip planning and booking an Evo or Modo carshare vehicle or a Mobi by Rogers bike. Your Compass Card will provide access to the vehicles, bikes, as well as the bus, SkyTrain, and SeaBus.

You’re invited for the chance to be one of 1,300 people to test the RideLink app! Take our registration survey at to see if you’re eligible to participate.

To meet the criteria, you must be at least 19 years old, have a valid driver’s licence and credit card, as well as a smartphone. You’ll also need to be interested in using multiple services for travel as one of the app’s key features is allowing you to combine transit with Evo, Modo, or Mobi by Rogers. This ensures thorough testing of the app.

Those selected can expect to begin testing the app starting in March 2024. Feedback from the pilot will be collected and assessed to determine the next steps.

This is the next phase of our Shared Mobility Pilot

The launch of RideLink marks the next phase of our Shared Mobility Pilot.

The pilot began after TransLink formed a collaboration with Evo Car Share, Mobi by Rogers, and Modo Co-operative as part of TransLink Tomorrow’s inaugural Open Call for Innovation on Seamless Mobility. Together, we sought to test the customer experience and technical integration of tying multimodal journeys together.

In the initial phase, we provided employees of participating Vancouver-based organizations with a Shared Mobility Compass Card that allowed them to use the same card for transit, Evo, Mobi, and Modo.

Our final report found it was highly rated among participants and the results indicate a mode shift towards more sustainable modes of transportation.

  • 60 per cent of users said that they used the card to replace the use of a personal vehicle for work-related travel.
  • 56 per cent of users said that the card changed their work-related travel behaviour by getting them to try a new mode of transportation or by combining different modes.


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