Our volunteer drivers and professional drivers get mybuxi rolling. Without them, our services would not work. That’s why the drivers are so important to us. They have one-to-one contact with our users and get to know new people from their town every day. They help those in need, connect their village and have a positive impact on the community.
Are you looking for a part-time job? During the 4 to 5 hour shifts, you will drive passengers around the region in an electric mini-bus. In doing so, you contribute to social engagement and climate-friendly mobility.
We are currently looking for drivers for Emmental and Belp. If you are interested in driving in one of these regions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or fill out the form on the left.
Located in the Oberaargau region, Herzogenbuchsee and its neighbouring municipality of Ober- und Niederönz are an innovation hotspot – especially for mobility. Here, people pull together when they want to achieve something. This is where the mybuxi “citizens’ bus model” was born. Switzerland’s first electric “Buxi” drove here – and hence the name not only comes from Bus-Taxi, but it is also a tribute to “Buchsi”, as Herzogenbuchsee is also called.
The EBuxi association is our partner in Herzogenbuchsee and provides the driving services.
Andermatt (Alpine Mobility)
mybuxi is a member of the Alpine Mobility association. Mobility in the mountains should be redefined and made more sustainable. Together with the other members of the association, Andermatt Swiss Alps and the Swiss Southeast Railway, we are working towards this goal. Membership of the association is open to all interested parties.