Why do Americans still prefer cars?
At the turn of the century, transportation in the United States was the envy of the world, the development of the railroad system was the phenomena of the industrial revolution. Today, the public transportation system in the United States is ailing and urban gridlock is an insidious problem. The aveRead More >
Do You Really Know How Much Commuting to Work Costs You?
The discussion on commuting still revolves around how this process will look like in the future and how will the public transit system in the U.S. survive this pandemic. An aspect less talked about is how much will riders have to pay to get to work in the coming years. What will be the cheapest wayRead More >
What does Uber and Lyft’s Prop 22 mean for California?
The recent ruling has added on to the list of worries for Uber and Lyft. Will this be the end of Uber and Lyft Services in California or will they emerge victorious? Until now, Californians have had the freedom of low rideshare and food delivery fares, along with a readily available driver, at thRead More >
Float Forward: Rethinking Urban Transportation
This pandemic has upturned the soil of city life and created fertile ground on which to sow the seeds of a better future of transport. Stew Langille, Float Mobility Founder and CEO, spoke to Techonomy about how we should use this time to rethink urban transportation and demonstrated how apps like FlRead More >
How Much Can You Save Switching to an Electric Vehicle?
For the average American family, transport costs are the second biggest expense after household bills. Many people are eager to find ways of saving money and investing in an electric car is an appealing option. But is it really that much cheaper than a gas-guzzler? Is a charging station more wallet-Read More >
Float-Yellow Cab Partnership for Safer & Cheaper Travel in San Francisco
The pandemic hit the United States hard, disrupting business as usual and causing major bustling cities across the country, to come to a screaming halt. On top of shelter in place orders turning life as we know it upside down, the state of California issued a lawsuit against popular app-based ride-hRead More >