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.
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Passengers in Denver will be able to purchase tickets for the city's buses and trains using the Lyft app, in what the Regional Transportation District has called a world first.
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.
The report, which aims to evaluate what the firm has already delivered and is planning to deliver in the future, will be released annually.
Lyft and Bird are to operate e-scooters in the City, with new regulations requiring them to implement additional equitable pricing and access initiatives.
The #WhatsMyName Foundation’s goal is to educate college students about rideshare safety best practices to prevent future tragedies from occurring.
Tonya Anderson and Paul DesRocher from RTD Denver detail the steps the agency has taken to modernise the ways in which riders access services, including how a collaboration with Uber has given customers more ways than ever to plan and pay for trips.
The programme is already available to drivers in Chicago, Portland, San Diego and Seattle and is now expanding to include the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Phoenix, and Washington D.C.
The on-demand ride option will provide a service along a selection of route alignments between midnight and 5am for those making essential trips during the U.S. COVID-19 epidemic.
In light of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and consequential drops in ridership, mobility services, such as taxis and e-bike and e-scooter schemes, have been forced to suspend operations and find ways to adapt their offerings.
Feedback from Lyft passengers is said to have been a positive indicator that the public is becoming comfortable with autonomous mobility.
EV renters in the Express Drive programme have allegedly saved approximately $70-100 per week on fuel costs.