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Lyft wants Chicagoans to give up their cars

Starting in August, ride-hailing company Lyft will offer 100 Chicago residents $550 each in mobility incentives to give up their cars for a month. The...

Lyft wants to discount bike and scooter trips to transit

Ride-hailing company Lyft is proposing discounts and incentives to encourage people to use shared bicycles and scooters to access transit stations. The post Lyft wants...

Uber wants to do it all

With a set of strategic partnerships, Uber is expanding its offerings to include transit ticketing, bikeshare, and peer-to-peer car-sharing The post Uber wants to do...

Report urges TfL to prepare for future technology

A report from the London Assembly says Transport for London is not prepared for the high-tech future of transportation. The post Report urges TfL to...

New tool measures mobility based on address

TransitScreen, which provides real-time information displays for near-by transportation options, has launched a tool to measure local mobility for any address in the U.S. or Canada.MobilityScore...

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