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People have been carpooling in France for over a half century. With over three million active French carpoolers today, it has become a popular means of mobility. Nearly 90 percent of carpool travelers use BlaBlaCar, a long-distance carpooling service, to facilitate connections between drivers and passengers, as well as transactions.... View Article

Just because something’s popular doesn’t mean its benefits are equally distributed across the world Shared transport is not a new phenomenon. It’s the reason we have buses, trams, and trains. However, private-shared-transport has emerged in the last few years, with digital matching firms like Uber, Lyft, Zipcar, and GrabCar encouraging... View Article

Carsharing, the practice of sharing a car for traveling and commuting purposes, has become popular in recent years because it absolves its members from the cost burden associated with vehicle ownership–not least of which is insurance. Rather than requiring members to have their own insurance, carsharing operators provide insurance as... View Article

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How are we moving people from point A to point B?
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Technology will enable millions of people to use transportation means in a more efficient and sustainable way, solving traffic and pollution problems in cities. Some benefits of technology are obvious: Car doors can now be unlocked remotely without physical keys. This innovation facilitates car rental by the hour, instead of... View Article