Mobility-as-a-Service

10th December 2020

Shared Mobility to Bounce Back with Virus-Safe Solutions

A study is claiming that despite the global downturn in shared mobility owing to the pandemic, the market will bounce back to worth $1.55Trn by the decade’s end. The...

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8th December 2020

Toyota Rolls Out Mobility Service Across Europe

Following its success in several European markets, Toyota will roll out its Kinto mobility service across the rest of the continent this spring. Its Kinto Europe service, a joint...

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2nd December 2020

Moscow Takes Punt on State-Run Car-Sharing

The city department of transport is developing a digital platform for car owners who may be happy to share their vehicles with other drivers. The officials has been playing...

By Roman Nazarov

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30th November 2020

Weekly Brief: Lime Shows the Way for Micromobility Post Pandemic

E-scooter start-up Lime generated positive free cash flow and a quarterly profit in the third quarter of 2020, both firsts for the company. CEO Wayne Ting said last week...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve

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30th November 2020

Upturn Readiness through Multi-Tier Collaboration and Blockchain

Sponsored Content GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/ensuring-upturn-readiness-globally-through-multi-tier-collaboration-and-blockchain/ features Rick Diefenderfer.  Mr. Diefenderfer has been a Partner with CGN Global since 2012, leading the Supply Chain and Business Transformation Group....

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25th November 2020

Virus Boosts Demand for Motorcycles and Scooters, Study Says

A global surge in demand for motorcycles and scooters is expected as a result of the pandemic, a study has revealed. Frost and Sullivan’s analysis, COVID-19 Impact Assessment, Recovery...

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24th November 2020

Ford’s Trans-Am Micromobility Fund Unveiled

Ford is launching a Trans-Atlantic fund to study the possibilities of expanding micromobility by partnering with academics in the UK and US. Launched through its e-scooter company, Spin, the...

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11th November 2020

Zurich Launch of ViaVan On-Demand Mobility

The Swiss city of Zurich has launched its first on-demand public transport service in league with European mobility specialist ViaVan. Zurich Transport Authority (VBZ) is hoping the service’s vehicles...

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29th October 2020

Motorists Happy to Cut Car Travel for Clean Air

Most UK city dwellers would leave their cars at home to improve urban air quality. That’s the claim of the latest survey by transport mobility solution provider Kapsch TrafficCom...

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14th October 2020

Saving MaaS Post Pandemic

Disgust. It’s an instinct embedded in our genes since the Paleolithic Age, designed to keep us healthy by making us instinctively avoid contagion. In the age of this pandemic,...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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12th October 2020

Weekly Brief: Hyperloopy Hopes at Least Short-Term Job Prospect

Virgin Group boss Richard Branson and West Virginia Governor Jim Justice announced last week that Virgin Hyperloop will build a $500M certification center in West Virginia. A former coal...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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25th September 2020

VW to Run Uber Pilot in Berlin

Volkswagen is the latest European automaker to take on a vehicle provision project with Uber in a bid to get more of its BEVs on city streets. Following the...

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