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New Yorkers can score a two-week unlimited UberPool commuting fare card this month for just $49. That makes Uber rides around much of Manhattan cheaper than taking the city's venerable subway.
One point which isn’t often brought up in the ongoing ridesharing debate is that Uber, a company which wouldn’t exist without cars, is — ironically — slowly starting to curb America’s car addiction.
Uber has its struggles, but there is one market where the ridesharing company is eyeing virgin territory and sees potential: Africa.
The test only lasted a few seconds before ending in a massive plume of sand. But according to Hyperloop One, this is a technology on the rise that could leave conventional means of transport such as rail in a cloud of dust.
Lyft has offered to settle a class-action lawsuit in California for $12.25 million. But late last week, a U.S. District Judge rejected those terms, saying the figure was far too low.
The press made noise about a certain electric bicycle that Macri gave to Obama during their summit in Buenos Aires. So what was the fuss about?
The American Public Transportation Association recently released a report that confirms what many observers have assumed about ridesharing — it helps urban transport systems become more efficient and spurs demand for public transportation services.
Male, capital of the Maldives, is certainly compact, with its population density ranking among the highest on Earth. This city of over 100,000, however, has become an environmental nightmare.
This week, the Obama administration announced a smart cities initiative that promises $160 million to help cities find new solutions to timeless problems.
It took years to complete, but the Dubai Tram is making a difference easing congestion in the United Arab Emirates’ largest city.
Bicycle sharing is now in Abu Dhabi with the recent launch of Yas Island BikeShare, and so far my impression of it is a big thumb's up!
Google has proposed a new campus and is offering Mountain View US$200 million in infrastructure and public benefits. But some locals are dubious.