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Sydney’s residents will now be able to pay for Uber trips with the same Opal card they use to pay for the city’s trains, buses, and ferries.
Ru Roberts, UK Country Manager at Waze, examines how transport habits have changed a year on since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Europe, and explains how cities can get people out of cars and back into shared transport in the months to come.
The highest court in the land has told Uber that it now must pay workers a minimum wage and holiday pay just like employees in other industries.
Uber and Walgreens are working together to ensure that everybody can get to their COVID-19 vaccination appointment by offering free and discounted rides.
A new coalition has formed among some of Europe’s biggest names in micromobilty to promote the new form of urban transport across the continent.
Jasmeet Khurana, REmobility Project Manager at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), explains why ride-hailing is the perfect market in which to prove the environmental and economic benefits that electric vehicles can provide.
The on-demand transport service is expanding in Arlington to include almost every area of the city, as the Texan city celebrates its “gold standard” transportation model.
As the UK starts to vaccinate 300,000 people a day, Uber is stepping in to cover £15 worth of rides for those travelling to one of seven mass-vaccination centres in England.
Uber has rolled out its Uber Green programme to cities like Miami and Austin in a bid to make trips made with it more sustainable.
A panel of public transport and urban mobility experts discuss the work that the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
Bolt says it has offered a helping hand to the UK government to make sure Londoners get to their vaccine appointments, with an initial £250,000 worth of rides initially pledged.