This is all about SGR Transfers shuttles. SGR rideshare is where we pick you up at your door in clean, comfortable shuttle vans, whether that be at your home, hotel or office. We then pick up your neighbours on the way to the SGR Terminus, combining them onto your shuttle, and maybe even another set of your neighbours. This is how we can afford door-to-door service at less than half the cost of a an online taxi. We’re doing it in a way that is safe and sensible.
That is, we’re going to put you together with other passengers that are on your way to the SGR Terminus. If you are furthest from the Terminus, then we’re going to pick you up first. If the closest, you’ll be the last pickup. When we give you a pickup time, remember that there may be others in the shuttle van when it drops by to get you. This means that you should be ready to go about fifteen minutes before your pickup time. No matter what, we will always get you to SGR Terminus in plenty of time.
SGR rideshare just makes sense. Why would you take your car to SGR Terminus, when you can experience prestigious type service to the there, for less than half the cost of a taxi? We’ll be there on time, in a clean VIP shuttle van, and, most importantly, a sharp and presentable driver.
And here’s another thing … you’re going to like your fellow passenger. You certainly can veg out and stay to yourself, and many passengers do on their transfer ride to or from the SGR terminus. However, if you want a good conversation, you’ve come to the right place. An interesting thing happens on an SGR shuttle van—people talk! Maybe it’s the excitement of everything going right or just the surprise of the kind of folks you meet onboard.
SGR rideshare onboard shiny, comfortable shuttle vans just makes sense. Did you know that almost 1million people each year take their cars to SGR? What an incredible waste! They take their cars to SGR and a few of them just park park them. Or, even worse, they have someone drop them off. This results in two trips of a private car, there and back to the terminus.
We just think this is a whole lot of carbon footprint bad behavior. But, we understand it. You can always rely on your car to be there, as expected—either waiting in the SGR parking lot or coming with your spouse or other family member or friend to pick you up at the SGR.
However, what if you could equally rely upon us, to be there on time, right outside the SGR Terminus, right when you reserved us to be? And, what’s more, what if our promise included a air-conditoned shuttle van, absent the clutter and mystery glob on the window, that maybe even your car has? What if our shuttle van driver had a welcoming smile, an air of contagious confidence, and was able to circumvent the ubiquitous Mombasa traffic with the best of them? He or she will help you with your luggage, ensure your comfort en route, and drop you right at curb check-in at SGR.
Then, we’ll take you home from SGR at the end of your trip, in the same way. Next stop, your doorstep! . Relax, enjoy the free Wi-Fi or read the paper, and we’ll take care of battling the traffic to get you there comfortably and on time. You’re also doing the right thing for the environment, something you maybe didn’t think about. What could be greener than SGR Shuttles rideshare? We all know that the private car is the principal polluter in our Kenyas Cities, each SGR shuttle van on the road represents all those cars left safely in their garages, out of the way of everybody, and not currently polluting. SGR Transfers Shuttle Rideshare is a cause you can believe in. It’s a cause everyone can believe in.
Nobody, once they’ve thought about it, is going to be against it. So go on, tell your friends! Tell everyone you know. With prices as low as Ksh 500/=, everyone should be on board. In fact, the only way we can continue offering such a fare—the only way we can continue our rideshare pioneering—is for you to tell your friends to tell a friend. In the process of spreading the word, you’ll know that you’re doing good work helping alleviate some of mombasa’s biggest challenges—traffic, air pollution, and relatively minimal public transportation.