POLIS Network's Isobel Duxfield shares her thoughts on the gender imbalance within the transport industry, and provides exclusive insight into the SUM4All project, which is working to produce a practical guide to and toolkit for the essential changes which need to be made to secure greater female participation in the…
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As part of the new partnership, Uber customers will be able to book affordable and environmentally friendly National Express coach services through the Uber app.
With plans to launch up to 10,000 electric vehicles in London by the end of 2025, Uber aims to create sustainable earnings opportunities and contribute to the UK capital's net zero carbon emissions goals.
Formerly known as Uber Pool, the new shared ride option will provide riders across nine U.S. cities with an affordable and sustainable mode of transport, while encouraging the transition away from private owned cars.
Transit with EZfare will replace Greater Cleveland RTA’s existing RTA CLE app and will become its official app for purchasing fare media – allowing customers in Cleveland, and across Ohio, to purchase fares anytime, anywhere.
Following changes to the CDC guidance regarding face coverings on transportation, ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft will no longer require U.S. riders or drivers to wear masks.
With more electric vehicles on Uber in London than any other city on the app, the company is on track to achieve its target of becoming an all-electric platform in the English capital by 2025.
As part of its efforts to increase the adoption of electric vehicles amongst its drivers, Uber is investing into the installation of EV chargers in Newham, Brent and Redbridge.
Katherine Conrad, Director of Client Services at NEORide, discusses the introduction of cash payments for mobile tickets across the EZfare payment system and why this is key to ensuring that the needs of both transit and its passengers are met.
Ride-hailing app Uber has pledged to make its operations more sustainable by committing to becoming a zero-emission mobility platform by 2030. In this article, Uber tells Intelligent Transport more about how it is working to support its drivers in making the switch to electric vehicles.
As 2021 draws to an end, we have taken the opportunity to look back on the past 12 months at Intelligent Transport, bringing together some of our most popular articles that featured in each of the four 2021 issues of our magazine, as well as three new and exclusive articles,…
A decade on from its original launch in London in 2012, Uber is set to celebrate its largest milestone yet with its one billionth UK trip, and has further plans to deploy electric vehicles in future.
As part of its efforts to become a fully electrified mobility platform, Uber is supporting its drivers in transitioning to electric vehicles and its users in making more sustainable transport choices.