Residents needing to get around the town of Bega and the Merimbula region have a new option as of this week.
Launching this week, a "convenient and personalised" bus service can pick users up from their home and take them anywhere they need to go around town.
Using an algorithm, the software creates the most efficient route for the day using data from bookings made the day before and new bookings as they arrive.
David Porter from Goto Plus helped develop the software alongside Sapphire Coast Buslines, and said the concept is unlike anything in use anywhere else.
"Creating the algorithm for going anywhere within the schedule was something new, and will need fine tuning along the way," Mr Porter said.
The new service is a continuation of the state government's trial of On Demand public transport, which Bega MP and transport minister Andrew Constance said has been popular in the town of Moree.
He said the government is leading the world in the sector, and Singapore has shown interest in the concept.
"People say there's not enough public transport, but there is. It's affordable, it's convenient, and it can take people where they need to get around," he said.
"It's affordable, it's convenient, and it can take people where they need to get around."
Sapphire Coast Buslines' managing director Jamie Klemm, who described Mr Constance as a good friend, said a recent survey showed half of local bus travellers would book via the app or online.
"It's an interesting time for transport with so many different options being offered to patrons for ease of getting from their home to appointments, services and outings," she said.
The service can also take residents from their home to connecting services to other towns.
Tulgeen Disability Service's Marie Farram said clients will be looking to use the service and highlighted the bus's disability access as a major plus.
Disability advocate Chris Sparks said he hoped the service would one day expand to his home town of Kalaru.
"There's people in the area who are basically prisoners in their own home because of a lack of access," he said.
The new Flexibus On Demand service will operate from Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 2:45pm, and on Saturday's from 9:30am to 3:35pm.