Proximity and density are the key variables for the sharing economy, by lowering costs and raising volumes enough to make services both affordable (for riders) and profitable (for drivers).
Cities are looking to expand their carsharing services for environmental, economic, and quality-of-life benefits.
Ride-hailing’s popularity has prompted some consumers to delay or avoid buying their own personal vehicle. The rapid growth in ride-sharing, along with the potential of AVs, may have a profound effect on fuel consumption.
While well intentioned, France's push to develop a $7,500 personal electric vehicle misses bigger opportunities in carsharing, autonomous vehicles, and vehicle to grid integration.
The GM veteran argues that drivers have much to gain from a shared business model underpinning a new age of autonomous mobility.
In Los Angeles, a new EV carsharing program aims to help low-income communities access convenient, low-cost transportation solutions—without the smog.
Slowly but surely, new reports are chipping away at the belief that millennials are the first American generation with a preference not to own a car.