Perspective Helsinki’s MaaS App, Whim: Is It Really Mobility’s Great Hope? The transport app Whim is oft-cited as a model for the future of urban mobility. Two years post-launch, has it changed the way
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You must live in Chicago, and the money will come in the form of credit to Lyft and other mobility services Lyft is raising the stakes in its mission to dominate all modes of transportation in major cities.
The introduction of new technology into everyday life will always take longer than you think In 1979, Douglas Hofstadter, an American cognitive scientist, formulated a useful general rule that applies
The last few years have seen greater changes to urban mobility than in most of the last century, the design of which was largely influenced by the automobile. The vast majority of these changes, adopted
The future of ride-sharing is moving beyond cars to include electric scooters, bikes, and even public transit as Uber and Lyft race headlong into "new modalities." That's a fancy way of saying the two
The two best known things named M are probably BMW's performance division and James Bond's boss, but Volvo thinks it can lay claim to that single-letter name with the launch of its new mobility brand.
It's difficult to imagine just how many millions of tons of furniture are thrown away each year, never to be used again. Well, Ikea wants to do something about it. The retailer, which was founded in Sweden
Car Connectivity Consortium wants personalized, transferable keys for future mobility The smartphone killed the phone book, audio player, the pocket digital camera, handheld GPS devices and voice recorders.
Industry prognosticators have heralded the coming of the connected commuter since the 1980s, but what was once a science fiction fantasy is now becoming a reality. The future of mobility will revolutionize,