UberX’s free rides promotion this weekend was free, fairly easy, but still more than I’d normally pay.
Uber may have found a way to work with the city of D.C., which approved legislation that will regulate and authorize startups like Uber to operate in the city. The cooperation between the often contentious startup and the government could provide a model for others.
London’s increasingly competitive taxi app space has a new player launching officially on Thursday: Ubicabs, which wants to grab a slice of the British capital’s lucrative transport market. Investor Sean Phelan explains why he thinks it can succeed.
Nissan will deliver a fleet of new taxicabs to New York City starting in 2013. The new model, dubbed the NV200 minivan, is less a traditional cab and more of a comfortable mobile office with more amenities, outlets and leg room than an office cubicle.