The study outlines that on-demand shared mobility services, together with collective public transport, can help to maximise the net benefits of traffic restriction measures, such as LEZs.
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With moto-sharing on the rise in Spain, Cabify's survey findings offer key insights into the changing preferences and motivations of both motorcycle riders and non-riders, reflecting a growing interest in sustainable urban transportation.
Carlos Herrera Yagüe, Chief Technology Officer at Cabify, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque to discuss the transformative role of technology in enhancing accessibility in cities, as well as how Cabify’s commitment to inclusivity and implementing a user-centric design is enabling the company to actively revolutionise the landscape of…
For the latest instalment of Intelligent Transport’s exclusive ‘The people behind the wheel’ series, Lucía Chavarri, VP of New Business at Cabify, discusses why it is important to think about what the city requires above individual needs when working within the transportation sector, as well as provides insight into the…
In addition to doubling its zero-emission e-bike fleet in London, HumanForest's £12 million Series A funding will also support the company's investment in advertising technology.
The $110 million funding will allow Cabify to grow its sustainable mobility business, while reducing emissions from mobility and expanding its presence in more than 25 cities in Spain and Latin America.
David Pérez, Senior Vice President of Stakeholder Relations at Cabify, discusses the challenges that often accompany the transition to renewable fuels, such as hydrogen and electric, and explains why it is important to offer and encourage mobility alternatives to the private car in order to achieve sustainable transport networks in…
In the first 2023 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: building transit systems around people; returning cities to their rightful owners; connecting people through accessible, equitable and inclusive mobility; and plenty more.
This new partnership will see the integration of Cooltra's e-mopeds into Cabify's multi-mobility ecosystem, providing zero-emission mobility options to people across Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia.
In line with its goal for all trips on the platform to be made in zero-emission vehicles in Spain by 2025, the new funding will allow Cabify to deploy 1,400 electric vehicles and the required charging infrastructure throughout the country.
Ahead of Intelligent Transport’s Transport Innovation Summit 2022, taking place from 9-10 November at Twickenham Stadium in London, UK, this eBook showcases a selection of the innovations, developments and challenges that will be discussed by industry experts from across the globe during the two-day flagship event.
Cabify's new hydrogen-powered vehicles offer a range of around 550km, with a refuelling time of only three to five minutes, similar to that of a conventional combustion vehicle.
Through the use of technological innovations, Cabify is saving over 1,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year – making it the first carbon neutral mobility application in Europe and Latin America.
Lucía Chávarri, Vice President of New Business at Cabify, addresses the need to re-think current mobility models as cities battle congestion, carbon emissions and inefficient travel, and explains how shared mobility can act as an enabler for such change.
Intelligent Transport Issue 4 2021’s On-Demand & Shared Mobility In-Depth Focus features articles discussing the need to re-think current mobility models as cities battle congestion, carbon emissions and inefficient travel; as well as the gender disparity in micro-mobility usage.