Paul Asel, Managing Partner at NGP Capital, tells Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou how investments in shared mobility are not only shaping the future of mass transit, but aiding cities in rethinking how they’re able to utilise space, detailing some of the specific investments he has made in mobility companies in…
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Self-driving cars in the Lyft app provide another way for blind travellers to get around reliably without needing to own a car.
Growth in for-hire vehicle (FHV) services prompts New York City Council report into their impact on the city, and how better vehicle utilisation could help reduce congestion.
Ridesharing app services, Lyft and Uber, operating at Denver International Airport, are being moved to Level 5.
Ever since 1863, when London opened its first underground railway, modern transport has been evolving. Byeronie Epstein from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, discusses how 156 years later, it is unrecognisable with metro systems, buses, trams, electric bicycles, scooters, cars, electric and autonomous vehicles and drones present in…
Pedal-assist bikes in New York City, San Francisco and Washington have been removed from operation over concerns of brake safety.
The Transit app counts millions of active users in more than 175 cities worldwide, including tens of thousands in Metro Transit’s service areas: the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County in Missouri, and St. Clair County in Illinois.
This programme represents a coming-together of government, business and the non-profit sector, with the single goal of improving transportation options.
According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, EVs produce less than half the greenhouse gas emissions of comparable petrol-powered vehicles.
It has been suggested that the decline in the use of public transit systems, be that buses, or light or heavy rail, is due to the rise in popularity of ride-share services.
Lyft and Aptiv’s self-driving vehicle programme, which aims for safer, greener and more efficient cities, has received positive feedback.
New York has become the first major U.S. city to cap the number of ride-sharing vehicles allowed to operate, drastically affecting companies like Uber and Lyft.
Challenging the concept of traditional car ownership, Lyft is proposing customers replace their cars with public and shared transport options for a whole month.
ABI Research has analysed the leading ride-sharing providers in regard to their market share, innovation programmes, strategies and geographical reach.
The two companies have committed to dedicate more resources to ensure bike-share programmes are accessible across the U.S., especially in neighbourhoods with limited access to public transportation…