Deal promises combined access to the UK’s largest vehicle rental fleet and branch network.
Andrew Ryan looks at the principles of Future of Mobility: Urban Strategy report and their meaning
The Urban Mobility Partnership is urging all 44 public bodies in Wales to ban the use of private cars for business purposes.
Autonomous vehicles, drones and delivery robots will all have a part to play in the future mobility ecosystem, says KPMG.
ALD Automotive has joined public-private partnership, MaaS Alliance, in hopes to drive successful implementation and take-up of MaaS.
Andrew Ryan looks at five of the factors which will influence the future for urban travel in the UK
The achievement of cleaner air is everyone’s responsibility – not just that of the transport industry
Old legislation, regulation and organisation must be restructured if transport infrastructure is going to be fit for purpose in the future
The company car is under pressure, but new Lex Autolease boss Richard Jones predicts a ‘shot in the arm’ thanks to EVs
A significant proportion of companies are actively seeking both to reduce business travel and to cut the number of employees commuting to the workplace, research by Sewells has found.
Now is the time for the DfT to take charge and start funding the development of new digital platforms for planning journeys, says the Transport Committee.
Many leasing companies believe they already operate in the mobility market – after all, they provide a means of employees getting from A to B through company cars, daily rental vehicles and, in some cases, car clubs/corporate car sharing.
Fleetondemand has launched its Mobilleo mobility as a service app for business, via desktop, IOS and Android.
Fleetondemand has announced the completion of a significant investment with BGF, which is acquiring a minority stake through a £5 million investment.
New mobility models have to provide an irresistible vision, not just a practical alternative, to lure drivers away from private cars. By Jonathan Manning
We contacted leading figures to ask where they believe fleet is heading over the coming 20 years. All expect MaaS to become widespread, reports Andrew Ryan.
The Government says it will not intervene in the provision of mobility services, after being warned it must show political leadership if mobility is to succeed in the UK.
ALD Automotive has signed a pilot agreement with MaaS Global, an international mobility operator based in Finland.
Leasing and fleet management companies express interest and enthusiasm for new app-based multi-modal transport solution. Jonathan Manning reports.
Mobility technology company Fleetondemand has added new capabilities to its core rental management and ground transportation technology.
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