Rideshare Startup Alto To Open New ‘Community-Centric’ HQ in Dallas Design District

by | Jun 27, 2022
The ridesharing startup is moving into bigger digs in Quadrant Investment Properties' Manufacturing District development in the Dallas Design District.

The relocation follows Alto's $45M Series B round last June and a recent expansion to Silicon Valley. Alto's new 16,000-square-foot HQ offers "community-centric" amenities like Lounge 141, a shared rooftop lounge with panoramic views of downtown Dallas. 
Alto Expands Service to Silicon Valley as It Builds a New Dallas HQ and Aims to Go All‑Electric
by | Mar 8, 2022
Dallas-based ridesharing company Alto is entering its sixth market, after launching in Dallas and expanding to Houston, L.A., Miami, and Washington, D.C. With $60 million in funding since its 2018 launch, CEO Will Coleman talks about building a new HQ in the Dallas Design District, aiming to be in 25 metros over the next few years, and planning to be 100% electric by end of 2023.
Rideshare Startup Via Raises $200M in Series E Funding
by | Mar 31, 2020
The City of Arlington recently received nearly $1.7 million from the Federal Transit Administration to integrate autonomous vehicles into its on-demand system operated with the New York-based mobility startup.
A Car-Free Community Could Be Coming to Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Dec 6, 2019
Culdesac, "the world’s first post-car real estate developer," is launching the first-ever no cars neighborhood in Tempe, Arizona in 2020. And, Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the next locations on its list, according to Bisnow.

Kid-Focused VanGo Rideshare Startup to Launch this Month in Dallas

by | Jul 11, 2019
Safety comes first with VanGo, which lets moms know where their children are during rides, while many of its drivers are mothers themselves.
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One North Texas Rideshare Company Launching, Another Expands Coverage Area
by | Jun 19, 2019
Alto is adding more North Texas cities to its app, while Pick says it will launch later this year in the DFW area.
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Denton Transportation Authority Expands Options via Mobility as a Service Model
by | May 6, 2019
From scooters to ridesharing to autonomous vehicles, DCTA is combining services from 31 public and private transportation providers in the communities it serves.