"A future dominated by shared, driverless cars linked via ride-hailing apps may sound like a world without traditional forms of mass transit. But we don't believe it will be."
Just last week President Obama made headlines by floating a $10 per barrel oil tax. This needs to be the opening salvo in a renewed effort to move the country beyond oil, but the effort also needs to be more ambitious.
Unfortunately, we could see more of this. In Seattle, the city council voted unanimously in December to extend collective
Programs like "Let's Drive NYC" will only become more common in the years to come. That's a good thing.
Let's take a look at the globally surging ride-sharing/ride-hailing industry around the world as a case in point. And nowhere better to start than Uber. Is Uber the new Evil Empire? And if so, who cares?
California state Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de Leon recently announced a new electric vehicle car-sharing grant for the City of Los Angeles that will make zero emission driving available to low-income residents.
In this episode of the Future in 5, I talk about why Uber is not really in the transportation business. I'm a very frequent Uber user. Every time I go to a conference or speak at an event -- which is fairly often -- I take the UberBlack car.
FRANKFURT, March 18 (Reuters) - A German court on Wednesday banned Uber from running services using unlicensed cab drivers
As the sharing economy becomes more widely accepted, it opens the door for sharing services in new industries to take root and build reputable brands. Based on the principle of communal goods or services, companies will continue to help users solve common annoyances.
According to an October study by U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) and the Frontier Group, millennials are driving significantly less than older Americans.