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.
List view / Grid view
Ride-sharing & Car-sharing
Filter the results
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.
The ride-sharing giant has been ordered to pay the fine despite the judge admitting that ridership this year had "undoubtedly declined".
Anton Chirkunov, Founder and CEO of premium ride-hailing firm Wheely, explains why he believes ride-hailing businesses should pay closer attention to the data requirements of cities and authorities.
Proposition 22 enables companies such as Uber and Lyft to class their drivers as contractors, rather than employees, although their campaign methods have raised some eyebrows in the state.
"We should use this moment to embed the shifting attitudes and commuter behaviour which occurred during lockdown to erode the dominance of the private car," explains CoMoUK's Scotland Director.
Gheed El Makkoui, General Manager of Careem UAE, details the current safety measures implemented across Careem’s ride-hailing services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uber will invest over $100 million in a new joint venture with SK Telecom (SKT), plus another $50 million in T Map Mobility - SKT's newly-independent mobility business.