Chariot, the app-based crowdsourced shuttle service owned by Ford, has announced it is closing down in the coming weeks.
The company will end its public bus-like service, which operates in five U.S. cities including San Francisco, New York, and Chicago, on February 1, and overseas in London on January 25.
Services for corporate customers in five additional U.S. will end by March 30.
The company promised it will make every effort to refund all remaining credit balances when its shuttle service ends.
In a blog post on Thursday, Chariot marketing coordinator Samantha Pann declined to offer a specific reason for the service’s demise, saying only: “In today’s mobility landscape, the wants and needs of customers and cities are changing rapidly.”
Chariot launched in 2014 and was acquired by Ford two years later for $65 million.