This past week, Postmates announces an upgrade to their delivery bots, Lyft Level 5 releases valuable data to the public and announces a research competition, and virtual car sharing helps pedestrians and autonomous cars interact. This Week In Mobility― August 2, 2019 Uber Lays Off 400 Workers After sustaining losses of $1.01B from Q1 2019, Uber […]
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This past week, Uber is in hot water over excessive charges, China and the Middle East team up on AV and ridehailing, and BMW names a new CEO. This Week In Mobility― July 26, 2019 Software Glitch Charges Uber Riders 100X Their Normal Fare Just as Uber was starting to boost their reputation, a new software […]
This past week, Go-Jek gains more big-name investors, CommonSense Robotics takes a gamble on grocery delivery, and the debate rages on regarding gig worker rights in California. This Week In Mobility― July 19, 2019 CommonSense Robotics Builds “the World’s First Underground Automated Warehouse” Logistics startup CommonSense Robotics wants to help small grocers get into the grocery delivery […]
This Week In Mobility― June 29, 2019 This week, UberEats is working to gain ground in the food delivery industry, the Scottish government opens a new MaaS fund, and Getaround adds seven new countries to its already massive user base. UberEats Finds a Way to Get Into Restaurant POS Systems Restaurant POS software company Olo announced […]
This Week in Mobility – June 14, 2019 This week, Amazon Restaurants closes because it couldn’t compete with Uber Eats and Grubhub, rumors fly that Uber is in the final stages of its drone delivery service program, and 400,000 new bikes are coming to the Chinese province of Canton. Amazon Restaurants Shuts Down Delivery Service […]
This Week in Mobility― June 7, 2019 This week, Uber admits it’s under investigation for transfer pricing, 29 US states currently have autonomous vehicle legislation in the lawbooks, and the Salvation Army experiments with on demand logistics company GoShare. Uber Being Investigated For US & Foreign Tax Issues After a less than stellar IPO, Uber is now […]
This Week in On Mobility – May 31, 2019 This week, USPS begins experimenting with self-driving trucks for long distance routes, Didi Chuxing secures charging discount for its drivers, and Uber starts banning riders. USPS Begins Testing Long Distance Autonomous Truck Pilot Program The United States Postal Service (USPS) officially began a self-driving truck pilot […]
Trying to rent an apartment as a young Uber, Lyft, or Doordash driver can be quite tricky. If you’re on the younger side, you likely do not have an extensive rental history. So this means that you do not have a lot of previous landlords that you can list as references when you’re applying for […]
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