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An industry that seemed existentially threatened at the start of the pandemic is showing signs of life.
Residents in South-East Asia’s bustling cities who face the dilemma of leaving windows open for fresh air but enduring traffic sounds, could find quiet with new noise-cancelling technology developed by researchers in Singapore.
Urban transportation’s transformation has shifted up a gear as the coronavirus crisis turns travel habits on their head, with Uber making allies of public transit systems by now offering to sell them its software expertise.
On Feb 18, Jaguar Land Rover unveiled Project Vector, a four-metre-long electric concept vehicle designed to autonomously transport people, goods, and services around the urban mobility network of the future.
Krystian Gebis did not have to keep his hands on the wheel when he operated a specially modified Peterbilt semi truck along a test track last month.
Lyft Inc held talks with London’s main transport regulator about making an entrée into the European city through its bike-share programme this summer – a move that, had it happened, would have marked a significant departure for the ride-hailing company that has long focused only on the US and Canada.
Growing numbers of young people whizzing around Europe’s big cities on electric scooters may represent a nightmare for some pedestrians and motorists, but for Swedish sharing startup VOI they offer a path to positive cash flow.
Uber on June 11 selected Melbourne, Australia, as the first non-US city for its aerial ridesharing service that is expected to launch in 2023, as it unveiled new partners for the ambitious initiative.
Ride-sharing was supposed to cut traffic congestion and supplement public transit. But has it worked?
Ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft promised they would supplement public transit and help ease traffic congestion.
The Atlanta City Council is pushing for new regulations on electric scooters that they hope will lead to more safety requirements for the popular – but some say dangerous – mode of urban transportation.