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Monday, January 21, 2019

Shared-use mobility: what is it? Present and Future

Shared-use Mobility: today, we start we a new series of article on shared-use mobility. In the following articles, we will analyze each of the transportation services that are shared among users. Today, we analyze...
Rural Areas

Can Shared Mobility work in small cities or rural areas ?

  Shared mobility have experienced success in cities that have a really good transit background already... All of these modes team up to enable people to live car-free or car-light lifestyles. But now mid-sized cities, smaller communities...
Disruptive Cycle

Smart Mobility: The disruptive cycle

By Tan Zhai Yun If you hope to disrupt a market, it would be better to cooperate with the authorities to ensure that your service is here to stay. This is a lesson that Ng...

Co-utile Ridesharing

Ridesharing has the potential to bring a wealth of benefits both to the actors directly involved in the shared trip (e.g., shared travel costs or access to high-occupancy vehicle facilities) and also to the...
Electric Scooter

This Electric Scooter Is The Latest Eco-Friendly Rideshare

BY BRIAN SPAEN Just six months ago, Bird created an electric scooter sharing program in Los Angeles, California. It’s received a $100 million raise as investors believe it can become the biggest player in the industry. With the money, the...
Nissan Honda

Nissan to steer into car-sharing market, joining Honda, Toyota

By NAOATSU AOYAMA/ Staff Writer Following in the tire tracks of other automakers, Nissan Motor Co. will introduce a car-sharing service, which allow registered members to rent and share vehicles, in January. Honda Motor Co. and...
Texas Rideshare

A Texas city just replaced its entire bus system with a rideshare service

by Jaime Bender Arlington, Texas, is a large suburb about 20 miles west of Dallas. Its last census count was almost 400,000. It plays host to the Texas Rangers' baseball stadium, the Dallas Cowboys' football stadium...

This formula explains why NYC is great for ride-sharing and Sydney is terrible

The ebb and flow of a city may feel entirely unique, but it turns out there are universal laws that may govern the chaos of your commute. A team from the Senseable City Lab at...
Drivers App

Car pooling popularity on rise with Tauranga motorists

By: Kiri Gillespie Tauranga's worsening traffic woes have prompted a carpooling movement among frustrated motorists who have "had enough". Former Aucklander Josh Cole is running a Tauranga car pooling Facebook page, aimed at getting more people to...

Impact of infrastructural policies to reduce travel time expenditure of car users with significant...

By M. Shekarchian, M. Moghavvemi, F. Zarifi, S. Moghavvemi, F. Motasemie, T.M.I. Mahlia Abstract The increasing number of vehicles and drivers have led to a marked increase in travel time expenditure (TTE), congestion, demand for fossil...

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