The BVRLA has called for the Government to provide more guidance and support to cities trying to get to grips with new and disruptive forms of mobility.
By Justin Whitston, chief executive of Fleet-on-Demand
Ford’s ride-sharing shuttle service Chariot has expanded its routes, providing out-of-town services for the first time.
The Government wants to enable a sea change in how people, goods and services are moved around the country by resolving barriers to data sharing.
Volkswagen has announced We Share, an all-electric car sharing service in selected major cities.
Audi is planning to introduce its On Demand mobility service - which currently allows retail customers to hire cars from one to 28 days - to UK businesses next year.
Volkswagen Financial Services UK (VWFS) has launched a car rental service in the UK.
Mobility as a service (MaaS) developers have received a major boost after train companies agreed to publish more real-time information.
Instead of using the car to get from A to B, private and business motorists will choose multi-modal options, experts predict.
Just 2% of UK businesses would consider giving up their company cars, according to new research from Arval.
The future of mobility and last mile deliveries are the subject of two Government consultations launched today.
Toyota is planning to demonstrate a range of mobility solutions at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Virtuo, a new app-based mobile car rental service, has launched in London.
Fleet Live 2018 will examine alternatives to the traditional company car, with an in-depth look at the future of mobility.
Volkswagen will offer an electric car sharing service as part of its WE/We customer platform, next year.
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.
Volvo will offer on demand access to cars through a new app-based subscription service called M.
ALD Automotive has signed a pilot agreement with MaaS Global, an international mobility operator based in Finland.
Uber has now been awarded a licence but it has been put on probation for 15 months.
Carmakers need to start building excitement around the possibilities presented by autonomous vehicles to overcome public uncertainty about entrusting their journeys to driverless cars, according to a cognitive psychologist.
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