The Mobility Report: № 43

Here are a few of the most interesting mobility ideas & transportation stories of the week.

Women-only train carriages haven’t decreased sexual offences in Dubai LINK

Paris Has a New Women-only Taxi Service LINK

British Labour politician lobbying for Women-only train carriages on public transport LINK

Ride-hailing legalization will give Syracuse University students cheaper transportation options this semester LINK

Car Sharing Now Available on University of Kentucky Campus LINK

The world’s ugliest dog competition, but for cars LINK

Detroit law firm is forming a team of attorneys dedicated to legal guidance in the autonomous vehicle industry. LINK

The ridesharing industry in southeast Asia continues to crowd with Go-Jek new $1 billion funding round LINK

Why Hollywood Could Make Billions From Self-Driving Cars LINK

Washington State seeking volunteer drivers to test drive pay-per-mile tax as a possible replacement for the declining gas tax. LINK

City offers grant program to incentive taxi companies to buy wheelchair-accessible vehicles LINK

Southern Nevada’s 16 certified taxicab companies reported a combined $27.4 million in revenue this July, down 11.3 percent from July 2016. LINK

Uber to offer free life, disability and medical insurance to driver-partners in India LINK

Knoxville Transit has “Story Time” aboard bus. And yes, After the story, the children sang ‘Wheels of the Bus” song 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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