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With carsharing, individuals gain the benefits of private-vehicle use without the costs and responsibilities of ownership. One-way (or point-to-point) carsharing is a form of carsharing that enables members to pick up a vehicle at one location and drop it off at another. Typically, the carsharing operator provides gasoline, parking, and... View Article

Looking ahead, I believe that we are entering a new phase of Mobility-as-a-Service: an era of easier and more sustainable mobility Today is a big day: Daimler AG’s and BMW Group’s new mobility joint venture has officially launched in Berlin. moovel Group and ReachNow (headquartered in Seattle) join the Joint... View Article

Inside the Transportation Data Tug of War Supported by The Overhead Wire and written by Nate Berg The relationship between cities and new mobility companies was tense from the start.   Uber, which launched in San Francisco in 2010, had spread across the country by the end of 2011, opening... View Article

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Erica Brennes
USA
A big city (urban)