New York has long resisted the use of dockless electric scooter on its roads, but the state is set to vote on legislation which would finally allow scooter-sharing companies to operate.
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After a successful nine-month pilot throughout Queens and Brooklyn, Revel has expanded operation of its shared motor scooters by increasing its fleet from 68 to 1,000 scooters.
The new initiatives will bring mass transit, deliveries and pedestrianisation into focus for the city's administration to assess the best use of space and services.
The plan to charge drivers a congestion fee in New York is expected to raise US$15 billion for the city's transportation authority.
Over the decades, car design and track geometry has improved, allowing vehicles to maintain stability and safe operation at higher speeds.
A ride-hailing app used by 14 million riders in 11 countries arrives in NYC, offering zero per cent commission fee to drivers for at least six months.
Sharing knowledge and best practices will help increase the number of cities committed to explore divesting from fossil fuels.
Daniel Ramot, CEO of Via, responds to New York City’s decision to cap FHVs with a strong belief that technology-based solutions are key to fixing the city’s transport problems, not the cause.
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.
The newly announced ‘Fast Forward Plan’ provides a roadmap for improved subways, buses, accessibility and corporate culture through extreme modernisation…
Mayor de Blasio announces new dockless bike-share will arrive during the summer of 2018 in the Rockaways, Coney Island, the Central Bronx and on the North Shore of Staten Island…
With many years of global taxi service experience, John Crant joins leading taxi technology firm Kaptyn as Vice President…
The Governor of New York has announced a pilot for an all-electric bus program with the aim to reduce emissions and modernise the public transit fleet…