Urban population is growing all over the world, people tend to move from rural areas into cities searching for higher income and better infrastructure. According to The World Bank statistics urban population has grown from around 33% in 1960 to more than 54% in 2016. Such urbanization leads to substantial challenges for the cities to provide enough available logistics options than can be fast and convenient. These challenges have opened a window of opportunity for transportation service providers to grow their business and earn much higher profits. However, transportation business and infrastructure had to adjust to digital era and become more innovative, convenient and user friendly. It can be proved by examples of taxi service providers like Uber and Grab, as well as by substantial innovations in public transportation ecosystems in majority of the countries around the world.