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In the future, you may check into a ‘Hyperloop Hotel’ that lets you zip between cities without leaving your hotel room. LINK

…but today you’ll have to settle for bunk beds on buses between LA and SF.

Enterprise CarShare is Leaving D.C., Saying There’s Not Enough Demand. The company is also pulling out of the Boston, Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco markets. LINK

…meanwhile, Avis’s car-sharing service Zipcar quits Austria. LINK

Amazon has filed for a patent for beehive-like towers that would serve as multi-level fulfillment centers for its delivery drones to take off and land. The facilities would be built vertically to blend in with high rises in urban areas. Amazon envisions each city would have one. LINK

Cadillac is offering free helicopter rides from Manhattan to The Hamptons.  LINK

The UK’s first driverless grocery deliveries hit the streets of London this week. LINK

Ride Austin,  nonprofit ride-sharing service, will provide free rides for low-income and uninsured to doctor’s appointments . LINK

Anthony Barba

As the founder of mobility as a marketing consultancy pumpkin, Anthony helps brands utilize transportation to increase their competitive advantage & create new revenue streams. once gave TEDx talk on how the rise of the mafia in las vegas is connected to the future of mobility … then walked off stage to buy his daughter a Spider-Man action figure next door.

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