Mobility-as-a-Service

11th August 2020

Michigan Transition: From Auto Industry to Global Smart Mobility Leader

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/michigan-in-transition-from-leading-the-auto-industry-to-global-smart-mobility-leader/ features Trevor Pawl. Mr. Pawl is the Chief Mobility Officer for the State of Michigan, and leads the Michigan’s Office of Future Mobility and...

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5th August 2020

Ford Pledges Negative Carbon Emissions for Spin by 2025

Ford’s micro-mobility arm, Spin, promises to become carbon emissions negative in its operations by 2025. The pledge to eliminate more carbon than it produces entails changing the way Spin...

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30th July 2020

PSA Releases Free2Move to Expand Mobility Offering

French automaker PSA has let its mobility brand Free2Move become an autonomous standalone company in a bid to unleash its market potential. While some automakers are trying to rebrand...

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28th July 2020

Micro-Mobility the Winner in Post Pandemic Transport

People will move around a lot less and require a very different mix of mobility solutions post pandemic. That’s the view of Mark Frohnmayer, CEO and founder, of the...

24th July 2020

Will the Pandemic Open Opportunities for Micro-Transit?

If running big buses on fixed routes and fixed schedules was a money-loser already, the COVID-19 pandemic may provide the tipping point for public transport as a whole. Cash-strapped...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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20th July 2020

Kia Creates EV Mobility Start-Up

Kia is planning a major assault on the mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) market with the creation of a start-up company offering customized mobility solutions. The automaker has founded Purple M in...

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20th July 2020

Weekly Brief: Ride-Sharers’ Desperate Battle for Their Future

Lyft expanded its safety measures to protect drivers and passengers against COVID-19 transmission last week. The ride-sharing company plans to supply vehicle safety partitions to 60,000 of its highly...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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16th July 2020

The Disrupters: The Mobility Game Post Pandemic

COVID-19 has presented fresh challenges to shared mobility companies. Job cuts and a near-total absence of customers for various time periods in many cases, while cities face budget shortfalls...

By Robert Gray

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9th July 2020

Industry Voices: Building a Mobile Career

While the broader economy is trying to find a way out of the COVID-19 crisis, that doesn’t mean you – as a student or young professional in engineering –...

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22nd June 2020

Lockdown Sees UK Mobility Take to Two Wheels

Personal mobility has been changed by the pandemic in the UK with 1.3 consumers taking to two wheels since the start of lockdown. Almost five per cent of the...

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12th June 2020

Uber’s Motorcycle Ride-Share Eyes Turn to Africa

African electric motorcycle manufacturers have become excited over potential new investment following Uber’s expansion of its digital wallet along with an expression of interest in the continent’s burgeoning bike...

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26th May 2020

Weekly Brief: Mobility Companies Suffer as Digital Giants Look On

Rental car goliath Hertz filed for bankruptcy last week, laying blame on a “frozen” rental car market that has left its core business in tatters. Hertz plans to restructure...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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