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NASA to test Uber’s air-taxi concept in Dallas

By Alex Stuckey NASA will soon begin testing in Dallas how Uber’s on-demand air-taxi concept would affect crowded areas. Uber is in the midst of designing an air-taxi service, called, UberAIR. Officials hope to conduct flight...
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...
BMW Ride

BMW Combines Car and Ride Sharing

By Matt DeLorenzo Through its ReachNow mobility unit, BMW is offering both ride and car sharing services through a single app, allowing users to choose whether they want to drive a car or hail a...

Sharing economy: three key industries for growth

Whilst 'sharing economy' is not a new concept, digital formats, alongside the rapid expansion of the online ecosystem, have led to an exponential increase in the sharing of physical goods, space, skills, and resources. Photo...

Cities Can Prepare for the Driverless Future — But They Have to Start Now

Por Leah Binkovitz Back in January, the U.S. Department of Transportation selected Texas as one of the 10 regions that would test out autonomic vehicles. “With five of the nation’s 15 fastest-growing cities in Texas and our population expected to...

Bike-sharing service offering rental anywhere through mobile app rides into Hong Kong

By Nikki Sun Hong Kong is finally jumping on the bandwagon – or bicycle – of the bike-sharing trend which has taken the mainland by storm. Starting Thursday, cyclists can use more than 400 smart...
Smart City

Columbus launches unique ‘Smart City’ operating system

By Julie Carr Smyth, The Associated Press Ohio’s capital city unveiled the first version of a pioneering transportation operating system on Thursday that will bring online its smart city transportation network. Columbus beat out six other...
Ride-Share Drivers

Legislation passed in New York City favouring ride-share drivers, and Australia could be next

By Emmanuel Josserand, University of Technology Sydney and Sarah Kaine, University of Technology Sydney This week, New York City legislated to require a minimum pay rate for ride-share drivers  — the result of a two-year campaign by the Independent Drivers Guild. This massive mobilisation of drivers...
E-bike Sharing

Uber brings e-bike sharing app Jump to Europe

The firm is bringing the US-based Jump electric bike-share start up to Europe, starting in Berlin this summer, and then rolling out to other cities. Uber purchased Jump just two months ago and the distinctive,...

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