This time, the funding came in less than three months, as
In the year 2015, the startup raised $20 Million in the funding round of series A which was led by Sequoia Capital India, the Times Internet, and LightSpeed Ventures Partners.
At present, the services of Shuttl are available in Delhi-NCR region. But, its pilot programs are running in two other cities – Kolkata and Pune.
Some of the other players in the Indian bus aggregation space include ZipGo and CityFlo.
Picture Credits: Shuttl