This is the first time Uber has offered in-app e-mopeds anywhere in the world, and is considered another step towards its goal to become a one-stop mobility shop.
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Three UK projects have received funding to combine the capabilities and skills of original equipment manufacturers, suppliers and academics to further develop the UK’s zero-carbon automotive future.
The public trial will take place on the Paris-Saclay urban campus, and participants have been selected to represent a general university campus population.
Cubic and Google have collaborated to simplify how travellers pay for their journeys in major metropolitan areas.
VDL Bus & Coach and Siemens have collaborated to provide more insight into smarter, more efficient use of the existing power grid and new e-vehicle charging technology.
France has committed to developing autonomous vehicles through a national strategy in which stakeholders in the sector, as well as national and local authorities, are involved.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority is the first city-region in the UK to launch a public consultation on a proposed bus franchising scheme.
Google’s Environmental Insights Explorer (EIE) is a free online tool that is designed to help cities to measure, plan and reduce carbon emissions and pollution.
BP Chargemaster is rolling out 150kW ultra-fast rapid charging units with new units installed at a BP retail site in Hammersmith, London.
With this partnership, both companies will leverage their market insights to study the future of personal urban air mobility vehicles.
The BRT systems should be operational by 2022, with the next two years being dedicated to feasibility studies and research.
Dubai's transport authority signs another Memorandum of Understanding, this time with tech giant Cisco, in a bid to protect fare revenues.
World mayors pledge to set pollution reduction targets within two years that meet or exceed national commitments.
E-scooters were legalised in Germany in June 2019 and are classified as motorised vehicles, meaning that the same drink-driving laws as cars and other vehicles apply.