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Your Chariot no longer awaits.

Ford’s shuttle-van company Chariot is shutting down this March

Ford is shutting down Chariot. Your Chariot no longer awaits.

Singapore among top 5 Innovation Champions named by CES organiser Consumer Technology Association

Singapore was lauded for being the first country to test self-driving taxis.

Almost half of Singapore drivers feel that roads are now more dangerous – and it’s got to do with e-scooters and ride-sharing vehicles

E-scooters and ride-sharing vehicles are making Singapore road users feel unsafe.

The newest perk for employees at this ‘Uber-for-helicopters’ startup is a free electric scooter sharing program

Blade is launching an electric scooter sharing pilot program for its Manhattan-based employees.

Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek launches portal in Singapore for drivers to pre-register

After months of speculation, Go-Jek has launched a portal for drivers to pre-register in Singapore.

Toppled scooters, sidewalk riding, and illegal parking: Electric scooters have returned to San Francisco after being banned

The launch of a yearlong pilot program called to mind previous complaints of residents knocking over scooters, parking illegally, and riding on sidewalks instead of bike lanes.

Google’s Waze is challenging Lyft and Uber with a new feature that enables people to share rides and split gas money

Waze Carpool will let users find rides from drivers headed in the same direction. Waze has already partnered with a bunch of schools and workplaces, including Amazon, to get people to use its new feature.

Uber passengers in Australia and New Zealand will get banned from the app if their rating drops below 4 stars

Uber riders in Australia and New Zealand with ratings under 4 stars are in danger of being kicked off the app, the company announced. The crackdown is set to begin September 19, but Uber says passengers at risk will be issued several warnings to improve their ratings.

Uber is expanding its six-month ban for passengers with low ratings

Uber will start issuing six-month bans to riders in Australia and New Zealand who have a rating below four stars. The new policy, which Uber has also tested in Brazil, will go into effect September 19.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi

Regulation-buster and Uber investor Bradley Tusk: Dara Khosrowshahi’s kinder, gentler approach makes Uber seem weak to its foes

Regulation-buster and Uber investor Bradley Tusk: Dara Khosrowshahi's kinder, gentler approach makes Uber seem weak to its foes