Lyft is seeing a recovery in ridesharing sooner than expected.
Social-distancing, sustainability and accessibility helped accelerate e-biking during the pandemic, and the trend is showing up in urban bike-sharing programs.
The new program will allow Lyft users to redeem the vouchers in the app using the code “NDSoberRide” from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. starting Tuesday.
Lime also plans to add a new model of bike and double the number of cities in which it operates.
The Warren County Employment & Training Administration is working with Greater Glens Falls Transit and Capital District Transportation Authority to introduce the initiative.
This is the first time that all of the Bike Share bikes have been available to rent since the city’s stay-at-home order temporarily shut down the bike and scooter programs last year to minimize the chance of COVID-19 infection and spread.
HourCar will launch an electric vehicle program in Minneapolis and St. Paul, offering car share and public-charging service. Plan includes 150 cars, 70 charging stations, subsidized rentals, and translation services.
A new report by the Transportation Research Board points toward more seamless and coordinated connections among all forms of shared mobility, such as buses, bikes, trains, scooters and more.
New services offer online ordering at a lower cost by letting the restaurants arrange more deliveries themselves.
The orange Neuron e-scooters would give voice safety instructions.