The partnership will see users able to book a FREE NOW taxi in connection with public transport options detailed in the Moovit app, offering truly integrated travel options.
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In competition with Uber, inDriver has launched in Ugandan capital Kampala, giving passengers the freedom to choose their own fares.
As Dubai continues to grow as a metropolitan hub, Intelligent Transport discusses the urban mobility scene in Dubai with His Excellency Mattar Al Tayer, Director General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
Are you planning to drive into the centre of London on the 22 September? You'd better rearrange - Sadiq Khan plans to have a car-free day to clean up London's toxic air.
Contactless payments across Dubai have been well received as the RTA recorded more than three million single-tap payments in the first quarter of 2019.
In partnership with five Japanese taxi companies, Sony's S.Ride has a combined fleet of over 10,000 cabs covering Tokyo.
Investment in CCTV and IoT across Cape Town is hoped to increase safety and improve passenger experience through monitoring queue lengths and waiting times at taxi and bus ranks.
Jonny Goldstone, MD and Founder of Green Tomato Cars, tells Intelligent Transport why forcing all PHVs that aren’t black cabs or plug-in hybrids to pay a congestion charge is short-sighted and unfair to operators.
Stricter laws set out by the Department for Transport will see passengers in taxis and minicabs kept safer due to new licensing guidelines.
Safa Alkateb, CEO at Autocab, details how when the right tools are connecting technologies, such as a strong 5G network, many will gain from the rich source of information that taxis are currently providing.
This marks another milestone in the delivery of the Road to Zero strategy and the Future of Mobility Grand Challenge which aims for cleaner, greener journeys.
The taxi and private-hire vehicle (PHV) industry in London is “enduring systemic adverse impacts”, according to one of the country’s major electronic platforms.
Passengers will be able to experience public autonomous driving services in the UK by 2021, after three driverless mobility projects receive funding.
Recognising the impact that carbon emissions have, the black cab app is now encouraging electric vehicles onto the roads with the new Gett Electric class.
The Cowlines app aims to make car-free travel the norm in metropolitan Vancouver, with plans to expand across the United States later in 2018.