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Taxi Uber

Ola, Uber and taxi aggregators may soon allow private cars as cabs

by Shantonil Nag Soon private cars will be able to imply as taxis in the country through aggregators like Uber and Ola. A high-level panel has recommended liberalising taxi permit norms to promote shared mobility and reduce...
Transit Cities

Shared transit a fix for traffic bottlenecks in cities: experts

By HYDERABAD Shared transport modes were consistently taking over private transit choices in Indian cities, including Hyderabad. Ride-sharing and shuttle services were growing at a pace of 9% per annum. This against the 3.16% growth rate of...
Scooter Service

A Scooter Ride-Sharing Service Is Coming to Melbourne

By Greta Brereton Scooti is a new ride-sharing service coming to Melbourne this April. Its point of difference in a crowded market? Passengers will be getting around on two wheels instead of four – the...
Bike Sharing

How India rides the wave of cycle sharing, in comparison to other countries

By GREG MORAN   Will cycle sharing in India blaze its own trail compared to the rest of the world?. Cycle sharing in its current avatar of technology-enabled, dockless bicycles is just 24 months old. Never in human...
Bike Shraring

Singapore will ban shared-bike users caught parking indiscriminately

  Users caught for parking their shared bicycles indiscriminately more than three times in a year will be banned temporarily from renting from all bike-sharing operators, following amendments made to the Parking Places Act passed...
Mobility Experience

Bosch Mobility Experience: Not driving and not owning cars is the future of mobility

By: Arpit Mahendra Every 25 seconds or so, someone loses their life in a traffic accident somewhere in the world. 1.2 million traffic fatalities take place every year and about 90 % of these accidents happen...
Dubai Taxis

The present and future of taxis in Dubai

By Angel Tesorero Sustainability and smart mobility are at the core of Dubai's vision to become the 'smartest' city in the world. Add to the equation the fast developing technology and we witness a big change...
Australia Car

Car ownership the norm, despite the rise in car sharing

By Caitlin Fitzsimmons  When Bronwen Morgan and her husband Jim Conley moved back to Australia with two small children in tow, her mother lent them her car. But within a week they'd racked up two...

Claims in the digital age: How insurers can get started

By Pia Brüggemann, Tanguy Catlin, Jonas Chinczewski, Johannes-Tobias Lorenz, and Samantha Prymak. The insurance industry is in the midst of a radical, digitally infused shake-up. Customers are embracing digital channels, and technologies such as the...
electric car

The switch to fully electrical cars move slowly

  There is no question that car industry is undergoing a radical change. The electric car revolution continues to gain momentum. Daimler said it would have electrified versions of its own models by 2022. Other companies, including Volvo, VW, Jaguar...

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