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Uber’s Route to Zero-Emissions by 2040

Freya Sawbridge - September 24, 2020

During the Covid-19 pandemic much of the world hid away. People stopped traveling, dining out and transport use declined as companies implemented work-from-home policies. This caused CO2  emissions to plummet and according to Nature Climate Change emissions were 17 percent less than the year pr

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Understanding Travel Insurance after a Pandemic

Float Team - September 1, 2020

The pandemic has changed the way many people view travel insurance and whether it is worth purchasing for future travel. While travel plans all over the world have had to be canceled due to coronavirus, the majority of travelers are still expecting to take their planned vacations at a later date. Wh

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The Future of Commuting: Moving Towards Alternative Modes of Transit

Freya Sawbridge - October 7, 2020

Earlier this year the world came to a standstill and the wheels of transport stopped turning. Planes were grounded, cars remained in garages and some train routes were temporarily suspended. As the world awoke again, transport looked very different from before. Uber drivers shielded themselves from

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Saving public transport in the U.S.

Alexandra Pacurar - October 6, 2020 1

We’ve all been wondering about the fate of public transit in the U.S. and asking what it will take to bring back riders and increase revenues for local transport systems? The answer is far from the miraculous miracle we would actually need in our lives back to 'normal'.  The only certainty a

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The Great Travel Shift

Stew Langille - August 11, 2020 1

Leisure travel has taken the crown. No longer is business travel the talk of the town. Airport lounges beware. There’s a lot of data coming out about how personal travel is rebounding much faster than business travel. This is a really interesting development for a few reasons, and has huge impacts o

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Rideshare in Singapore: Beyond the Uber-Grab Experiment

Alexandra Pacurar - October 30, 2019 1

Singapore is known for its street food, tropical climate,  top-notch transportation system, and young commuters eager to jump on board the latest mobility trends. In fact, in a recent survey, passengers said they were more satisfied with the quality of public transportation in 2018 compared to past

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