Electric vehicles. Self-driving vehicles. Low-maintenance vehicles. A drop-off in personal vehicle ownership. These are all things that are happening and are predicted to grow in the next decade. It makes your head spin as you consider future staffing, equipment investment, market and business focus, service delivery and more Like all matters of future technology, one
California became the first state in the nation to regulate the transportation pollution produced by the surge in popularity of ridesharing.
How tires are engineered, manufactured, distributed and sold is changing to address autonomous cars, electric vehicles and the growth of shared mobility. But safety must always remain paramount.
A “key” component to a ride-sharing future, the Digital Key enables smart devices like smart phones and smart watches to act as a digital key for any vehicle, allowing drivers to lock, unlock, start the engine and share access to the car.
Bosch has announced its acquisition of the ride-sharing startup Splitting Fares Inc. (SPLT). The app allows companies, universities and municipal authorities to offer ridesharing services to their workforces.
Global revenue generated by ride-hailing services is expected to reach nearly $1.2 trillion in 2026 according to a new report from Navigant Research.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. has introduced its fleet services business model to shared mobility providers to improve urban fleet operations in response to the rise in on-demand car sharing and ride hailing services.
The International Transport Forum has released a new shared mobility report that examines how the optimized use of new on-demand shared transport modes could change the future of mobility in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area in Finland.