The Mobility Report : № 44

By September 13, 2017Mobility Newsletter

New York City Will Lovingly Smooth Out Cobblestones One By One LINK


Estonian start-up Taxify enters highly competitive London, with Paris soon to follow LINK


Via raises $250M led by Daimler to bring its carpooling technology to enters highly competitive London, with Paris soon to follow LINK


Are “Taxis” the New Banks? Grab announced that users of its app can start sending ride credits. By the end of the year, they’ll be able to use those credits at more than 1,000 restaurantsand retailers. Grab will one day be known as an e-payment platform that just happens to offer a taxi service. LINK


DeNA to test taxi dispatch app using AI in Yokohama. will make it easier for cab drivers to find customers based on the AI demand forecast. LINK


Sprynt, a free ride service on golf carts supported by ads, launched in Arlington, Virginia LINK


EY launches Tesseract, a blockchain-based mobility platform. Blockchain technology moves into car sharing. LINK


Samsung granted permission to test self-driving cars in California. LINK


17 Apple Engineers specialized in braking, suspension have Join Startup ZooxLINK


Migo launches transportation search engine app with Lyft and car2go payment integration LINK


UK’s FiveAI gets $35M to build a self-driving car taxi platformLINK


Renault & Ferrovial Create New Carsharing Service In Madrid called Zity LINK


Volkswagen and IBM enter 5-year partnership to develop digital mobility services LINK


Westfield Corp., the real estate development company, and Uber announced a national partnership. LINK

Anthony Barba

Anthony Barba

Anthony is the Mobility Report's editor. Originally from New York, he now lives with his family in Berlin. Mr. Barba's first car was a 1978 VW Scirocco.

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