Cordic has developed a new driver app it says will “revolutionise day-to-day operations” for private hire and taxi fleets.
A number of failures that could have risked public safety have resulted in ride-hailing firm Ola not being granted a new licence to operate in the capital.
Uber has been granted an 18-month extension to continue operating in London after a Westminster court ruled in its favour at appeal.
The back-up driver in a self-driving Uber vehicle has appeared in court facing negligent homicide charges following a fatal accident in the USA.
Uber has announced plans for half its rides in Europe to be done in electric vehicles by 2025 after signing a memorandum of understanding with Renault and Nissan.
Deliveroo, Uber, Tesco and Ocado will help identify hot-spots for pothole repairs in a data-driven review launched by the Department for Transport (DfT).
Medium-sized battery EVs, such as the Nissan Leaf, can be on average 14% cheaper to run than equivalent diesels today, Transport and Environment study claims.
Innisfil in Ontario has teamed up with Uber to offer residents flat rate rides to popular destinations.
The fleet of 40kWh pure electric 2,000 Nissan Leafs will be offered to drivers as part of Uber’s Clean Air Plan.
More than just a breakdown organisation, The AA has enjoyed another year of innovation
Uber and Hyundai have announced a new partnership to develop Uber Air Taxis for a future aerial ride share network.
Ride hailing platform Bolt has opened a hub for drivers in Chiswick, west London, amid growing demand from drivers and passengers.
A cross-continental coalition of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) is asking the taxi and ride sharing industry to commit to switching to 100% "clean rides" by 2025.
Transport for London (TfL) has decided not grant Uber a new private hire operator’s licence, in response to its latest application.
Uber and DriveTech, part of the AA, have collaborated to improve driver skills and road safety.
StreetDrone, the autonomous solutions company, has said the industry needs to tighten its scope on specific projects rather than looking for “one-size-fits-all solutions”.
The AA has agreed a three-year partnership with Uber to give 65,000 licensed private hire drivers access to its breakdown cover.
Transport for London has again rebuffed Uber’s application to renew its private hire operating licence in the capital.
As well as the Royal Borough of Greenwich taking part in the Move UK project, many other fleets around the country are helping to develop new technologies. We look at five projects
Matthew Eastwood is to leave Energy Saving Trust (EST) at the end of this month to take up a new role with multinational ride-hail taxi service Uber.
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