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Rental car companies need to evolve now, or they will die

Rental car companies need to evolve now, or they will die

By Rob Cosentino There’s a scene in the movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles where Steve Martin’s character, Neal, is dropped off in the middle of a rental car lot, looking for a car that isn’t there. By the...
E-scooters and E-bikes are redefining urban transportation

E-scooters and E-bikes are redefining urban transportation

By guest author Anil Niraula. You might have already seen people whooshing by on e-scooters and e-bikes on the sidewalks of your city. The flood of dockless transport has caught many, including policymakers, off guard....
Importance of mobility data in making cities smarter

Importance of mobility data in making cities smarter

By Mahashreveta Choudhary As we move towards the age of digitalization, data is being rightly called the ‘king’, as it is essential for taking better and informed decisions. With smart cities becoming the buzzword, the significance of data has...
Automakers expand connected car ecosystem with payment technologies

Automakers expand connected car ecosystem with payment technologies

By David Jones As integrated payments technology continues to evolve and internet of things technology expands the automation of voice control and natural language, the auto industry is increasingly looking at mobile purchasing as another key...
Smart Transportation

Smart transportation market to cross USD 130 billion by 2024

  Global Smart Transportation Market is set to grow from its current market value of more than $41 billion to over $130 billion by 2024; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights,...
E-scooter legislation worries bike advocates

E-scooter legislation worries bike advocates

By Doug McClellan BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Cycling advocates are casting a wary eye on bills pending in several statehouses that seek to legalize electric scooters. Their concerns aren't with e-scooters as such, but with the scooter...
GM, BMW Back Blockchain Data Sharing For Self-Driving Cars

GM, BMW Back Blockchain Data Sharing For Self-Driving Cars

By Ian Allison Car giants General Motors and BMW are backing blockchain tech as a way to share self-driving car data among themselves and other automakers. It’s all part of a bid to unlock valuable data...
Shuttles help fill the commute gap between train stations, workplaces

Shuttles help fill the commute gap between train stations, workplaces

By Bob Seay Commuting these days isn't what it used to be. Instead of trying to draw workers into Boston, some Massachusetts businesses are often trying to get their most coveted employees to leave the city...
Japan to let taxis set fares before rides

Japan to let taxis set fares before rides

By KAZUHIRO OGAWA Taxi riders in Japan will be able to confirm their fares in advance, under new transport ministry regulations designed to eliminate concerns over how much a ride will cost and encourage the use...
China Is Set For Its First Self-Driving Taxi Service

China Is Set For Its First Self-Driving Taxi Service And It Might Lead The...

By  Sarthak Dogra The race for a completely autonomous commercial taxi services has been heating up and a Chinese startup called WeRide is the latest player in it. If the latest announcement by the firm holds...

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