Ride-hailing giant Uber has regained its licence to operate in London after the company successfully appealed against Transport for London (TfL).
Uber will learn if it has regained a licence to operate in London on the 28 September, after Transport for London (TfL) deemed the ride-hailing giant not “fit and proper”.
Today is the inaugural World EV Day, an annual event intended to "engage consumers around the sustainability benefits" of electric vehicles.
Airspeeder, a motorsport series for electric flying vehicles, has partnered with global cybersecurity company Acronis.
Electric scooters are wildly popular but rental companies struggle with profitability.
Vertical Aerospace, a Bristol-based aerospace manufacturer, has unveilled its pioneering ‘flying taxi' design.
Swedish electric scooter company Voi has won an exclusive UK contract in Northamptonshire.
Honeywell has signed a letter of intent with Vertical Aerospace to make the company Vertical’s fight deck technologies supplier for its demonstrator urban air mobility (UAM) vehicle.
When Uber went public in May 2019, its IPO prospectus warned that the ride-hailing firm may never make a profit.
Uber’s delivery business reported strong growth in the second quarter, but it was not enough to offset a significant hit from the pandemic to its core ride-hailing business.
Car subscription services have been growing in popularity due in part to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Counterpoint Research.
Swedish e-scooter operator Voi will be rolling hundreds of its battery-powered scooters and bikes out on Cambridge roads as part of the UK’s e-scooter trials.
Three European e-scooter firms looking to roll out rental scooters on Britain’s roads have committed to sustainability standards that include never demolishing an e-scooter and not relying on gig workers to maintain the fleet.
Representatives from micromobility firms have asked the UK government for e-scooters to be put on a level playing field with e-bikes when it comes to requiring a driving licence and motor insurance.
For the first time, Uber is taking to the water in London with the announcement of a partnership with Thames Clippers on its riverboat service.
The legal requirement to hold a driving licence to rent an e-scooter will be reassessed when trials conclude in 12 months, sources have told Verdict.
Micro-mobility firm Tier Mobility is braced to launch in the UK’s nascent electric scooter rental market as the government prepares to make an announcement on e-scooter trials later today.
The 140km Hyperloop project in India has been put on hold as a result of the coronavirus, with no set date to restart, Virgin Hyperloop One CEO Jay Walder has confirmed.
Multinational aerospace conglomerate Honeywell has launched a new business unit dedicated to unmanned aerial systems and urban air mobility.
Despite current uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, By Miles, an insurtech startup offering pay-per-mile insurance, has seen a surge in sales amid lockdown.
Flying cars have long been the stuff of science fiction, but a real-world version of them known as urban air mobility (UAM) is becoming an increasingly certain part of our future.
With new technology constantly emerging and becoming one of the latest trends or must-haves, people can be forgiven for forgetting the real-life applications of the technology.
A smart bus equipped with a slew of hi-tech features has been launched in Shanghai, China, in a bid to combat the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Ride-hailing startup Bolt will now pay its UK drivers sick pay if they have been affected by Covid-19 coronavirus.
Starship Technologies has launched the first robot delivery service in a UK town centre with the rollout of its service in central Milton Keynes.
Ride-hailing startup Bolt will now suspend the accounts of drivers affected by the coronavirus, after previously choosing to leave preventative measures at the discretion of contractors using its platform.
Shared transportation companies Bird and Lime are both increasing the rate they clean their electric scooters during the coronavirus pandemic.
Estonian ride-hailing startup Bolt doesn’t plan to go public in the “near term”, the firm’s CEO and co-founder Markus Villig has said, as it learns from the failed IPOs of rivals Uber and Lyft.
The artificial intelligence (AI) captain that will take the helm of the Mayflower Autonomous Ship when it embarks on a historic unmanned voyage across the Atlantic later this year is set to begin its first sea trials this month.
Technology giant Cisco and autonomous vehicle software developer Oxbotica have announced a partnership to tackle the immense challenge of data sharing in autonomous fleets.