The service uses a smartphone application and a fleet of ride-share vehicles to provide a service that is said to have no fixed schedules, no fixed routes and an infinite number of on-demand stops.
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The Arriva Watford contract will last four years, with the option of a two-year extension. The service aims to reduce the need for private car ownership and provide a more environmentally friendly way to travel.
EV renters in the Express Drive programme have allegedly saved approximately $70-100 per week on fuel costs.
ViaVan and Shell aim to demonstrate that high-capacity electric fleets can improve performance when routing to available chargers is intelligently optimised.
Katy Medlock. Country Manager UK at Getaround, tells Intelligent Transport how providing genuine alternatives to car ownership is contributing to a change in mindset – for both consumers and industry.
The service will be in effect for three months and will allow assessment to be made of the benefits in the area.
‘Gig economy’ businesses such as Uber and Lyft could see an increase in fare prices as a new law could change the status of workers.
Uber riders in Chicago will gain access to new ‘Transit’ option, allowing them to receive public transport information in the app.
Expanding into citywide service provision in Chicago, Via will bring transit solutions to some of the city's most under-served areas.
Dubai Metro proves to be the biggest carrier across the city's boost in passenger numbers, which the RTA attributes to its drive to offer integrated and smooth transit solutions in the emirate.
While hybrid-plug in sales fell in June 2019, Zipcar reports that electric car-sharing is on the rise - a win for air quality, the environment and traffic congestion.
Following their collaboration announcement in January 2018, Toyota will invest $600 million in DiDi Chuxing and a joint venture with the Chinese ride-sharing giant.
Maksim Liksutov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow and Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development, tells Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou how Moscow is improving connectivity between services and infrastructure in the Russian capital, and how this is leading to more multimodal journeys.
Waymo is looking to distinguish itself from its competitors by trialling services such as free Wi-Fi and music streaming for its riders.
Self-driving cars in the Lyft app provide another way for blind travellers to get around reliably without needing to own a car.