News and Articles About Ride Sharing
Automakers have been scrambling to partner with tech firms to head off competition from self-driving cars and car sharing services that threaten to eventually trim demand for car ownership.
Car makers have rushed to invest in so-called mobility services, hoping to capture the potential trillions of dollars in revenue from selling both vehicles and such on-demand services.
John Zimmer sees ridesharing as 'the ultimate subscription service.'
The search giant plans to open its ride-sharing program to Waze app users in San Francisco this fall.
A UAE newspaper quoted unnamed sources as saying that as many as 50 drivers for Uber and Careem had been arrested.
Uber users in London will be able to book journeys from 15 minutes to 30 days before they travel.
According to reports, not enough people were using Lyft's carpool service to make it worthwhile.
In recent months, the regulator has provided more detail including that drivers should have English reading and writing skills.
Last week, Didi Chuxing bagged Uber's China business in a deal valuing the ride-hailing startup at $35 billion.
Berlin residents can now locate and book one of 200 scooters using a smartphone application called Coup.
Unlike U.S.-based ride hailing startup Uber, which established itself to compete against taxi companies, the new company will operate using taxi firms.
Not only are these licenses not free, but you'll be charged for years you previously drove without one.
HopSkipDrive is the Uber for busy Southern California parents started by three moms.
Ridesourcing companies are planning to be an extension of your local subway and bus route.