28 Blog Posts From the Ridesharing Tag


Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for July 18, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for July 18, 2018

In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –Self-driving Bill Critics Oppose Senate Maneuver to pass the Bill— –Automakers bristle at Trump Adm demand data— –CA speeding toward fight over driving limits in age of climate change and electric cars— –NHTSA chief says Driverless Cars should not be regulated– Click on the colored title […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for July 11, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for July 11, 2018

In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –Senate Driverless Car Bill appears to be stalled— –San Fran says Uber and Lyft are hoarding transit data— –Detroit Auto Show aims for June 2020—  Click on the colored title to see the full story NMA Car of the Future Stories of the Week  Bill Allowing […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for July 4, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for July 4, 2018

In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –Every US-made car is an import—bad news for automakers and consumers— –Oil and Utilities line up for EV War— –Tranpo emerges as crucial for folks trying to escape poverty— –New MaaS Association launched in US— –Microtransit is a failure– Click on the colored title to see […]

Microtransit Costs too Much Per Passenger

Microtransit Costs too Much Per Passenger

So much hype over transportation disruption right now that sometimes it is hard to see the road with all the bikes and scooters laying around or even to understand if a disruption is viable and efficient. Microtransit, similar to ridesharing but supposedly cheaper, is one such disruption that use to be known as Dial-a-Ride. In […]

The Good News about Automated Cars

The Good News about Automated Cars

Automated cars are being pushed on us harder than crystal meth in a West Virginia trailer park — by a tag team of the government apparat (which salivates at the prospect of heightened control over our movements) and a car industry which is becoming indistinguishable from the government, except that it wants to profit from […]