The City Council is expected Thursday to vote on a bill that will require the New York Department of Transportation to create a pilot program for the operation of shared electric scooters in the city.
Lyft’s Level 5 self-driving car program is using the data to build 3D maps, understand human driving patterns, and improve simulation tests.
A coalition of mobility-related operators and providers have asked Congress to ensure the INVEST in America Act prioritizes safe and affordable access to public transit and shared micromobility options.
This article summarizes news about several micromobility companies.
Lyft announced that every vehicle on its ride-hailing and rental car platform will be electric by 2030, but it would not provide direct financial support to drivers for switching from gas-powered cars.
The city’s Policy and Government Oversight Committee (POGO) is expected to approve up to six scooter vendors on Thursday. Then the measure would go to the City Council on June 26. If passed, scooters would be deployed the first part of July.
Denver is now home to two ghost kitchens that promise to help restaurants survive in the wake of the pandemic.
Online food delivery has been a tough gig. One solution has been to take out rivals and get better economies of scale on operations, such as the merger of Just Eat Takeaway and Grubhub.
This article describes the success of Hangzhou’s bike sharing program and how most riders never have to pay.
When Denver Bike Sharing shuttered its BCycle program, Houston Bike Share saw an opportunity to expand its own fleet, saving thousands of dollars along the way.